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The latest injury report for the New England Patriots prior to Monday night’s game against the New York Jets saw two players disqualified: N’Keal Harry, the broad recipient, will miss the second match in a row due to a concussion, while running back ye will be kept by Taylor’s disease Out of the game too however, the Patriots had 17 others listed as questionable – including junior offense, defense and special squads.
Three of these rookies joined Harry and Taylor on the list of inactive players on Sunday: The Patriots announced that defensive intervention Lawrence Jay (shoulder / elbow / knee), Jawan Bentley fullback (thigh) and corner back Stephon Gilmore (knee) have been downgraded to Outside after not joining team mates on the trip to New York
Rookie narrow end Dalton Kane (knee) also hasn’t traveled with the rest of the team, but his condition is still listed as questionable at the moment the educated guess is that he will also be disqualified in the end as well, leaving New England weak in the position: Ryan ISO is the only other narrow limb on the active list, and it’s listed as questionable too (hamstrings)
For Jay, his footage will likely be split among the other defensive interventions on the list: Adam Butler and Byron Cowart are the two best-expected options, with Nick Thurman and Karl Davis showing them as dubious (concussion) as well – the depth is behind them on the other hand, Recently acquired Isaiah Mack will not participate in the competition: not yet allowed to join the team due to the league’s Covid-19 protocols
In the back corner, meanwhile, JC Jackson is expected to take on the role of Gilmore as CB1 for the Patriots – a role he also held against Buffalo Bills in Week 8 Jackson, however, he’s also among those questionable ones playing against the Jets The third-year man deals with a knee injury and has been limited in practice all week. New Englanders also include Jason McCurty, Jonathan Jones, Guojoan Williams and Miles Bryant at back.
However, the full-back’s biggest question mark, however, may be: With Bentley knocked out, the Patriots will likely turn to rookies Josh O’Shea and Inverney Jennings to play off the ball alongside safety Adrian Phillips while Bentley has looked shaky lately – he’s missed Four tackles over the past two weeks – still a critical member of the New England defense who lost a lot of talent during an off-season streak
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