FOXBORO — Tom Brady is having none of the talk and speculation that his right hand is in bad shape.

Despite a first half that saw him pass for just 25 yards, throw an interception on the first throw and register a 16.7 quarterback rating, Brady said he is doing just fine.

“It’s perfect,” Brady said.

It’s not bothering him at all?

“Absolutely not,” Brady retorted.

Told that it looks pretty swollen from TV shots (see inset photo), Brady dismissed the analysis.

FOXBORO — The Patriots mounted a furious second-half rally, overcoming a 14-point halftime deficit and posting a 27-17 win over the Dolphins Sunday afternoon at Gillette Stadium.

FOXBORO — Patriots starting right tackle Sebastian Vollmer suffered a gruesome right leg injury in the second quarter of Sunday’s game against the Dolphins.

During a Stevan Ridley run play to the right, Vollmer had his legs rolled up on by a pile and he immediately went to the ground screaming and yelling.

The Patriots announced the following players as inactive for Sunday’s game against the Dolphins: wide receiver Josh Boyce, cornerback Aqib Talib, linebacker Steve Beauharnais, defensive tackle Tommy Kelly, running back Leon Washington, defensive end Jake Bequette and offensive lineman Chris Barker are inactives. Here’s a little about each of those players and their situation as it relates to the team:

Last Sunday, TV cameras caught Tom Brady flexing his right hand and looking at the back of it on the sidelines.

On Monday, Brady told WEEI’s Dennis & Callahan it was just something football players deal with during the course of a season.

On Thursday, Brady was listed on the injury report with a shoulder issue but fully participated on Friday and is probable to play Sunday.

FOXBORO — There were a few eyebrows raised when Tom Brady (right shoulder) showed up on the Thursday injury report as limited.

That lasted for exactly one day as the quarterback returned to full participation Friday and is officially listed by the team as “probable” for Sunday’s game against the Dolphins.

FOXBORO — Danny Amendola says he remembers everything from the late afternoon of Oct. 13 when he was drilled in the helmet by Rafael Bush of the Saints, suffering the second significant concussion of his NFL career.

The Patriots wide receiver missed last week’s game in New York against the Jets but had a declaration of sorts on Friday after practice.

“I’ve had a good week and I’m ready to go,” Amendola said after his third straight practice. “Feeling good and ready to go.”

Peter King of Sports Illustrated and NBC Sports made his weekly appearance on Mut & Merloni on Friday afternoon to talk about the Patriots’ matchup against the Dolphins on Sunday.

After a promising start, the Dolphins have lost three games in a row and head to Gillette Stadium with a 3-3 record.

FOXBORO — Thanks to injuries on both sides of the ball, the Patriots certainly have needs heading into Tuesday’s 4 p.m. NFL trade deadline.

But listening to Bill Belichick Friday, it doesn’t sound like there’s a lot of movement in that direction. The Patriots have pulled the trigger in years past, both acquiring and trading away talent. In 2010, the team traded away Randy Moss to the Vikings for a 2011 third-round pick that was used to select Ryan Mallett.

FOXBORO — The only two players not spotted Friday at sweats and shells practice were running back Leon Washington (ankle) and defensive lineman Tommy Kelly (knee). Washington and Kelly were both injured on Oct. 6 in Cincinnati and have missed the last two games.