Patriots nose tackle Vince Wilfork was added to the official injury report on Saturday morning with an illness as the team went through a final walk-through in London. He is listed officially as "probable" for Sunday afternoon's game against the Rams at Wembley Stadium.
On Friday, Aaron Hernandez was among seven players ruled out of Sunday's game in London by the Patriots, who landed in the U.K. early Friday. Also out are Tracy White, Steve Gregory, Brandon Bolden, Ras-I Dowling, Patrick Chung and Trevor Scott.
Hernandez, as reported by ESPN's Adam Schefter, has been having trouble making cuts on his right ankle, the same ankle he sprained on Sept. 16 against the Cardinals. Hernandez returned two weeks ago and played against Seattle and the Jets before taking a step back this week.
Eleven players were listed as questionable and all 11 were limited in the team's light practice on Friday, a team gathering Bill Belichick on Thursday termed "a transition" travel day.
Here is Friday's report from London:
Did Not Practice
RB Brandon Bolden (knee) OUT
S Steve Gregory (hip) OUT
DE Trevor Scott (hamstring) OUT
DB Ras-I Dowling (thigh) OUT
LB Tracy White (foot) OUT
TE Aaron Hernadez (ankle) OUT
S Patrick Chung (shoulder) OUT
DL Ron Brace (back) Questionable
WR Julian Edelman (hand) Questionable
TE Ron Gronkowski (hip) Questionable
LB Dont'a Hightower (hamstring) Questionable
OL Nick McDonald (shoulder) Questionable
CB Sterling Moore (knee) Questionable
OT Sebastian Vollmer (back/knee) Questionable
WR Wes Welker (ankle) Questionable
OL Logan Mankins (calf/hip) Questionable
WR Brandon Lloyd (knee) Questionable
LB Jerod Mayo (elbow) Questionable
DT Kyle Love (knee) Probable
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