Rob Gronkowski still hasn't practiced with the New England Patriots for the Super Bowl, sidelined by a high left ankle sprain four days before the game against the New York Giants.
"He's day to day," coach Bill Belichick said after Wednesday's practice. "He's getting better, but we'll just take it day to day."
The All-Pro tight end hasn't worked out with his teammates in Indianapolis. The Patriots practiced Monday and Wednesday and held meetings and film sessions Tuesday. Gronkowski also missed the last two practices in Foxborough, Mass., on Thursday and Friday.
ALL GIANTS AT PRACTICE: The New York Giants had perfect attendance for their first Super Bowl practice in Indiana.
Running back Ahmad Bradshaw, linebacker Jacquian Williams and receiver Hakeem Nicks all worked on a limited basis Wednesday at the University of Indianapolis.
The Giants were loose during their 80-minute workout on at the Greyhounds' FieldTurf practice field — the same type of surface they will play on Sunday against the New England Patriots.
ST. LOUIS HAS DOME PLAN: The St. Louis Convention & Visitors Commission unveiled a plan Wednesday that calls for $124 million in improvements to the Edward Jones Dome in hopes of making sure the city doesn't lose another NFL team.
RAIDERS, DOLPHINS HIRE OCS: Oakland Raiders coach Dennis Allen made the first hire for his new staff on Wednesday, bringing back Greg Knapp as the team's offensive coordinator. Also on Wednesday, offensive line coach Jim Turner was hired by the Miami Dolphins.