Slater (knee) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Jets. Though Slater's role in the team's offense remains limited, he continues to be a key cog on special teams for the Patriots.
Slater (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Jets, ESPN's Mike Reiss reports. If Slater does suit up Sunday, however, his role in the Patriots' offense will remain limited, though he is a key cog on special teams.
Slater (knee) practiced Wednesday, ESPN.com reports. This past Sunday against the Colts, it looked like Slater may have sustained a long-term leg or knee injury, but his presence at practice Wednesday bodes well for the special team ace's Week 7 availability.
Patriots special teams standout Matthew Slater suffered a knee injury Sunday night in the defeat of Indianapolis, per Mike Reiss of ESPN.com. The extent of his setback is uncertain, but he was spotted being transported by a cart after the game. It remains to be seen how much, if any, time the injury will cost Slater.
Patriots wide receiver Matthew Slater was removed the Physically Unable to Perform list on Monday, reports ESPN.com. While Slater was able to practice Monday, he has not been cleared for full-contact practice and was wearing a red non-contact jersey. "Not fun," he said after practice. "Red means stop. It's not something that I'm used to doing, but the medical staff knows what's best for me, so you just have to listen to the doctor's orders and take it one day at a time."
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