Patriots not expected to play tonight

LANDOVER, Md. -- The following Patriots are not expected to play Thursday night due to health-related considerations:

WR Aaron Dobson -- Remains on the active/physically-unable-to-perform list after undergoing surgery for a stress fracture in his left foot March 10.

DB Jemea Thomas -- Sixth-round draft choice out of Georgia Tech sustained an undisclosed injury in the first training camp practice and hasn't returned.

RB Tyler Gaffney -- Sixth-round draft choice of the Panthers, he was claimed on waivers after sustaining a season-ending knee injury and projects to 2015.

CB Alfonzo Dennard -- Third-year player has been eased slowly into the mix since coming off the PUP last last week.

RB Brandon Bolden -- Special teamer and depth option didn't make the trip because of an undisclosed injury.

TE D.J. Williams -- Fifth-year veteran was rolled up on in Tuesday's practice and wore a protective black sleeve over his right leg while sitting out Wednesday.

LB Cameron Gordon -- The rookie free agent from Michigan has been sidelined with an undisclosed injury after participating in the first six practices of camp.

TE Michael Hoomanawanui -- The top backup to Rob Gronkowski walked off gingerly in the fourth training camp practice and hasn't been back since.

LB Ja'Gared Davis -- Special teamer was banged up in Monday's practice with the Redskins, which knocked him out of practice for the rest of the week.

C Bryan Stork -- Fourth-round draft choice walked off with an athletic trainer midway through the fifth practice of camp and hasn't been seen since.

OT Chris Martin -- Undrafted blocker from Central Florida has yet to practice after opening camp on the active/non-football injury list.

DT Dominique Easley -- First-round draft choice has yet to practice after opening camp on the active/non-football injury list.

WR Jeremy Gallon -- Seventh-round draft choice opened camp on the PUP list and has yet to practice.

TE Rob Gronkowski -- He hasn't yet participated in full-team drills as the Patriots bring him back with a cautious approach.

DT Sealver Siliga -- Third-year player injured his left hand Tuesday, was seen wearing a cast over it, and returned to Boston for further tests.