Patriots receive encouraging news at Wednesday practice before Dolphins game

FOXBORO — The Patriots returned pass rusher Josh Uche to the practice field Wednesday after he missed every practice last week and Sunday’s win over the Bills.

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Uche (knee) had appeared in every game before sitting out last weekend. He has two sacks, six tackles and three QB hits on the season.

Rookie defensive lineman Keion White was the only player missing at Wednesday’s practice. White continues to recover from a concussion he suffered 11 days ago at Las Vegas.

After starting at right tackle versus the Bills, offensive lineman Mike Onwenu again worked with the tackles at the start of Wednesday’s practice. Another offensive lineman, Vederian Lowe, appeared limited. Lowe replaced starting left tackle Trent Brown for one series against Buffalo after Brown suffered an apparent knee injury. Brown later returned to finish the game.

The Patriots will release their first injury report of the week Wednesday evening.

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