Patriots Camp Report 08.14.18: Dorsett OK after scare, pass offense struggles again

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(Adam Richins for BSJ)

FOXBOROUGH — Practice No. 14 — the final open session of camp — is in the books. Here's what went down:


Dorsett went down but returned and should not miss time: WR Phillip Dorsett went down on a play late in practice and had to be tended to as Chris Hogan checked on him. After being down for some time, Dorsett was helped off the field. He later returned gingerly to the sidelines and caught some passes off to the side for the remainder of practice. "You never like to see it and I think everyone wanted to go over and see how he was doing because he’s been doing so well in the spring and in training camp," said Tom Brady. "Hopefully, he’s okay and I certainly hope he is. He’s got a great opportunity ahead of him. I hope he takes advantage of it." A league source said it was just a scare and he should be back on the field for Wednesday's walkthrough.

Passing offense closes camp how it started, sloppy and inconsistent: The Patriots' two quarterbacks were a combined 20 of 32 (62.5 percent) in truly competitive 11-on-11 situations and the conclusion of camp did nothing to calm the uneasiness of the passing offense. The most concerning part was