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Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

TE Jonnu Smith was added to the Patriots' injury report on Thursday He was a limited participant in practice due to his hip. Smith played 55 snaps in the team's season-opening loss, with fellow TE Hunter Henry playing 54. The Patriots also have Devin Asiasi on the roster at tight end, with veteran Matt LaCosse on the practice squad. Elsewhere on Thursday, the Patriots added rookie kicker Quinn Nordin (abdomen) to the injury report. He was limited due to his abdomen.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Linebacker Dont'a Hightower was critical of his performance in the season opener, saying: "I want to play a lot better, be a little bit more impactful. It's Week 1 and we're still growing, so I'm not going to beat myself up about it. … I just feel like I can do a lot better than what I'm doing, so I just want to pick up the slack on that."

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

"We're attacking it as a new week … It's time to go. That was a wake-up call for us. It's time to get after it," says Patriots safety Adrian Phillips.

Packer & Durham Hour 3: Tim Hasselbeck, ACCN Football Analyst

ACCN Football analyst Tim Hasselbeck helps us get ready for Virginia at North Carolina on Saturday night. We also visit with College GameDay's Chris Fallica and get his thoughts on some of the key week 3 matchups. Plus we debate if BS's Phil Jurkovec should return for another year in college, and we give you "What 2 Watch 4".

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Second-year OL Mike Onwenu, who stepped in as a rookie and played right tackle at a starter-caliber level, didn't move from left guard to right tackle after Trent Brown left the season-opening loss with a calf injury. That would presumably be a consideration Sunday against the Jets if Brown — who missed the first practice of the week — isn't ready to play. But that hasn't been on Bill Belichick's radar to this point. "I haven't really taken any right tackle snaps (in practices)," Onwenu said.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Enrique Hernández of the Boston Red Sox honored Roberto Clemente by not only wearing No. 21, but also wearing personalized elbow pads with Clemente's image.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Red Sox manager Alex Cora on Roberto Clemente: "If there's a Hall of Fame above the Hall of Fame, off the field, he's in that Hall of Fame."

Costly wild pitch gives Red Sox the lead in the 10th (0:26)

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Mac Jones said he has met Jets QB Zach Wilson twice, with the most recent time at the NFL draft. "I don't know him that well. We talked for a little bit; he seems like a great guy," Jones said. "He's a great player. Makes a lot of really cool and different plays."

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Patriots Wednesday injury report: DID NOT PARTICIPATE: OT Trent Brown (calf), LB Kyle Van Noy (throat); LIMITED PARTICIPATION: OT Yodny Cajuste (hamstring), OLB Ronnie Perkins (shoulder); FULL PARTICIPATION: WR Nelson Agholor (ankle), S Kyle Dugger (ankle), CB Jalen Mills (ankle). Brown sustained a mild right calf strain in the opener and was replaced by Justin Herron, who was benched in favor of Yasir Durant late in the third quarter.

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Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Hunter Henry: The way Mac Jones hung in the pocket, and delivered the ball under pressure, made an impression.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Straight talk from RBs coach Ivan Fears: "It was the classic thing that you wouldn't expect to happen, that we would actually give the ball away, give the God damn game away by turning the ball over in the last few minutes of the game, when we were in scoring position. That's a hard one to accept, and for Damien [Harris], that stings like a son of a gun. … He's the kind of guy that I think will come out of this all right."