Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Graham
Aside from two big injuries suffered Monday night, the New England Patriots are getting healthy in a hurry.
They placed safety Rodney Harrison on injured reserve Wednesday because of a torn quadriceps, and running back Sammy Morris didn't practice because of a knee injury.
But a few Patriots who were scratched from Monday night's game returned to practice in earnest.
Starting right tackle Nick Kaczur (ankle), running back LaMont Jordan (calf) and defensive end Jarvis Green (ankle) were listed on Wednesday's injury report as fully taking part in practice.
Defensive back Lewis Sanders, who came out of Monday's game with a thigh injury, also was unlimited in practice.
Others listed in the "full participation" category were receiver Matthew Slater (ankle) and linebackers Eric Alexander (hamstring) and Shawn Crable (shin).