Chris Jones was one of four Patriots limited on Wednesday. (NFL Game Rewind)

Chris Jones was one of four Patriots limited on Wednesday. (NFL Game Rewind)

The New England Patriots took to a practice field other than their own on Wednesday afternoon, four days from Super Bowl XLIX.

The AFC victors were suited in full pads at Arizona Cardinals’ practice facility in Tempe. And all of whom were accounted for when they did so, according to the team’s official practice report.

Center Bryan Stork, defensive linemen Sealver Siliga and Chris Jones, as well as linebacker Dont’a Hightower were listed as limited.

Stork suffered a knee injury in the divisional round and returned to practice last week, after the rookie was among the seven inactives for the AFC Championship Game. Siliga suffered a foot injury during New England’s conference title win over the Indianapolis Colts, while Chris Jones did not play in it due to an elbow injury. And Hightower, battling a shoulder injury, did.

All four were projected as questionable on last Friday’s injury report, along with wideout Brandon LaFell and cornerback Brandon Browner. Yet LaFell (shoulder/toe) and Browner (knee) were taken off the report on Wednesday.

Quarterback Tom Brady stood as the last one on it. He was listed as a full participant with an ankle injury.