Vollmer, Siliga back at Patriots practice

Vollmer, Siliga back at Patriots practice
August 25, 2014, 2:15 pm
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FOXBORO -- The Patriots welcomed right tackle Sebastian Vollmer back onto the practice field Monday after he missed three practices last week, as well as Friday's preseason game with the Panthers, due to what has been reported by the Boston Globe as a foot injury.

Defensive tackle Sealver Siliga was also present to start the session, warming up with his teammates before he headed for the lower practice field at Gillette Stadium for some conditioning work. Siliga was not present at practices last week with a left wrist injury, but he was spotted as part of a conditioning group in workouts leading up to Friday's game. 

Running back Brandon Bolden was also present and accounted for on Monday. He missed Friday's game for unknown reasons, but appeared to be healthy and participating normally in individual position drills following the warmup portion of practice. 

Defensive tackles Chris Jones and Ben Bass, offensive lineman Chris Martin and running back Tyler Gaffney were not present at the start of Monday's practice. Jones is dealing with an ankle injury, and indications are that it is progressing. 

Tight end Michael Hoomanawanui, who has been banged up since early in training camp, warmed up with the team and then headed down to the lower field to do some conditioning work alongside Siliga. 

Undrafted rookie linebacker out of Michigan Cameron Gordon was also spotted at practice for the first time after missing a significant portion of training camp.