A Patriots offensive personnel that already misplaced its high extensive receiver in Kendrick Bourne over the weekend was lacking just a few different key contributors on Wednesday.
New England launched its first damage report of the week forward of the Patriots’ residence contest in opposition to the Washington Commanders on Sunday, with 4 gamers tabbed as non-participants throughout observe.
Beginning left sort out Trent Brown (ankle/knee), extensive receiver DeVante Parker (concussion) and tight finish Pharaoh Brown (again) had been all lacking from Wednesday’s observe, whereas OL Calvin Anderson has now missed observe for the second-straight week because of sickness.
Right here is the Patriots’ full damage report on Wednesday:
DID NOT PARTICIPATE
OL Calvin Anderson, Sickness
TE Pharaoh Brown, Again
OT Trent Brown, Ankle/Knee
WR DeVante Parker, Concussion
DL Christian Barmore, Knee
LB Ja’Whaun Bentley, Hamstring
CB Myles Bryant, Chest
CB Jonathan Jones, Knee
OL Vederian Lowe, Ankle
LB Josh Uche, Ankle/Toe
DL Deatrich Smart Jr., Shoulder
An already laboring Patriots’ offense can ill-afford to lose their greatest sort out in Brown shifting ahead. Although Brown performed each snap of New England’s loss to the Dolphins on Sunday, the 30-year-old veteran has been coping with a number of accidents over the previous few weeks.
He even missed a stretch of motion within the fourth quarter of the Patriots’ win over the Payments on Oct. 22, finally returning for New England’s game-winning drive.
It was to be anticipated that Parker was going to land on the shelf after Dolphins security DeShon Elliott rocked him with a excessive hit throughout Sunday’s loss at Laborious Rock Stadium.
With Parker seemingly on the mend, the Patriots’ receiving corps is now all the way down to JuJu Smith-Schuster and a gaggle of kids in Demario Douglas, Tyquan Thornton, Kayshon Boutte, and former practice-squad participant Jalen Reagor.
Although Brown is utilized extra as a blocking tight finish, he has offered worth on New England’s offense because of his big-play capabilities. Brown solely has seven catches this season, however they’ve gone for 170 complete yards — averaging out to 24.2 yards per catch.
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