Patriots and Lions wrap up joint practices

Boston 25 News at 4 p.m.

ALLEN PARK, MI — Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was on the field during the final joint practice with the Detroit Lions, but it doesn't appear he'll make an appearance in New England's first preseason game Thursday night.

Brady worked on a secondary field, while many of his teammates executed a walk through in preparation for Thursday's game at Ford Field. Brian Hoyer and Jarrett Stidham led the Patriots offense during the walk through.

Wide Receiver N'Keal Harry, who tweaked his right hamstring during Tuesday's practice in Allen Park, was in uniform but also not included in the walk through.

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The last of three joint workouts was the shortest and least intense. The teams were on and off the field in approximately 90 minutes.

Following Wednesday's practice, the Patriots visited The Henry Ford Museum, which celebrates American innovation. It was the second field trip the Patriots have taken during this time away from home. Sunday, the team stopped at the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, OH.