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  • Patriots' Christian Barmore: Lands big extension in New England

    New England signed Barmore to a four-year, $92 million extension Monday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. The deal contains $41.8 million guaranteed, per Jeremy Fowler of ESPN. It's the largest non-Tom Brady contract handed out in Patriots history. A second-round pick in 2021, Barmore recorded a career-best 8.5 sacks last season after totaling just four across his first two years in the league. Barmore is a foundational piece along New England's defensive front.
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  • Patriots' Christian Barmore: Leads team with 8.5 sacks

    Barmore finished the 2023 regular season with 64 tackles, to go along with a team-high 8.5 sacks in 17 games with the Patriots. Barmore, whom Evan Lazar of the Patriots' official site called the team's best overall player this past season, remains under contract with New England in 2024 and is viewed as a potential candidate for an extension this offseason. Regardless if such a deal happens, the 2021 second-round draft pick is slated to reprise his role as a key interior lineman during Jerod Mayo's first campaign as the franchise's head coach.
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  • Patriots' Christian Barmore: Suiting up Sunday

    Barmore (knee) is active Sunday against the Jets. Barmore completed a full week of limited practices, helping pave the way for him to take the field in Week 18. His ability to suit up should benefit New England's depth at nose tackle.
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  • Patriots' Christian Barmore: Limited ahead of Week 18

    Barmore (knee) was a limited participant at the Patriots' practice Thursday. Barmore has been limited at each of the team's first two sessions of the week as he's been dealing with an apparent knee injury. The defensive lineman will have one more chance to log a full practice Friday before the team's final injury report comes out ahead of Sunday's matchup with the Jets.
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  • Patriots' Christian Barmore: Available Sunday

    Barmore (undisclosed) is active for Sunday's game against the Bills. Barmore drew a questionable designation following Friday's final injury report, but his health is good enough for him to give it a go Sunday. Barring any setbacks, look for him to take on his usual responsibilities on the interior defensive line for New England.
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  • Patriots' Christian Barmore: Suiting up versus Kansas City

    Barmore (shoulder) is active for Sunday's game against the Chiefs. Barmore didn't practice Friday after being a limited participant in the first two sessions of the week, but he'll be on the field Sunday. He has seven tackles (four solo), including 1.5 sacks, over his last three games since the Patriots' Week 11 bye.
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  • Patriots' Christian Barmore: Questionable versus Kansas City

    Barmore (shoulder) is listed as questionable for Sunday's contest against the Chiefs. Barmore started the week logging back-to-back limited sessions, but he did not practice Friday, and his status for Sunday's game looks truly up in the air. He has 34 tackles (21 solo), including 4.5 sacks, in 13 games this season.
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  • Patriots' Christian Barmore: Secures sack in loss

    Barmore recorded three tackles (two solo), including a sack, while also deflecting a pass in Sunday's 10-7 loss to the Giants. Barmore was able to get to the quarterback for the first time since Week 8, securing his fourth sack of the year. The nose tackle has now compiled 30 tackles, including the four sacks, and has deflected a career-high six passes in 2023.
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  • Patriots' Christian Barmore: Game-time decision

    Barmore (knee) has drawn a questionable designation ahead of Sunday's game against the Cowboys. Barmore was a limited participant at practice each day this week. His status Sunday will likely be determined by how his knee is feeling closer to kickoff. With Davon Godchaux (ankle) also questionable, the Patriots could be thin on their interior defensive line Sunday.
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  • Patriots' Christian Barmore: Doesn't need surgery

    After being placed on injured reserve Friday due to knee inflammation, Barmore isn't expected to undergo surgery, and he's in line to return after his required four-game absence, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Barmore has missed each of the Patriots' last three contests due to knee inflammation, and he was then placed on injured reserve Friday as a result. However, after much rest and rehab, the 23-year-old anticipates returning at the earliest possible date for the Week 15 matchup in Las Vegas. In Barmore's absence, Carl Davis and Daniel Ekuale are both slated to handle an increased workload behind starters Davon Godchaux and Deatrich Wise.
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  • Patriots' Christian Barmore: Lands on IR

    The Patriots placed Barmore (knee) on injured reserve Friday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Barmore hasn't played since Week 6 due to a knee injury and will now be sidelined for at least four additional games. Carl Davis and Daniel Ekuale have both seen increased snaps during Barmore's absence, though Davis' role has dwindled over New England's last two contests.
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  • Patriots' Christian Barmore: Exits Sunday

    Barmore (knee) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Browns. Barmore went down with a knee injury during the first half before exiting against Cleveland, Zack Cox of NESN.com reports. With the second-year nose tackle out for the time being, expect Carl Davis and Daniel Ekuale to play bigger roles behind Davon Godchaux.
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  • Patriots' Christian Barmore: Suiting up for wild-card round

    Barmore (knee) is listed as active Saturday at Buffalo. Barmore was carted off the field during the Patriots' season finale at Miami, but a subsequent MRI on his knee Monday was returned clean. He proceeded to log limited practices Tuesday through Thursday, which was enough to clear him to man his typical spot in the interior of New England's defensive line.
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  • Patriots' Christian Barmore: MRI comes back clean

    Barmore (knee) underwent an MRI on Monday that came back clean, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Barmore had to be carted off the field in the second half of Sunday's loss to the Dolphins, but he isn't believed to be dealing with any structural damage in his knee. His status for Saturday's wild-card matchup against Buffalo isn't yet clear, but Monday's update is certainly encouraging.
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  • Patriots' Christian Barmore: Carted off in loss

    Barmore was carted off the field in Sunday's loss to the Dolphins due to an apparent foot injury, Jim McBride of The Boston Globe reports. Barmore recorded five tackles (four solo) prior to leaving Sunday's matchup in the second half. The exact nature of his injury isn't yet clear, and whether he's available to begin the postseason remains to be seen.
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  • Patriots' Christian Barmore: Starting against Jets

    Barmore (shoulder) is active for Sunday's game against the Jets. The rookie was limited at practice throughout the week, but he is fit enough to play in this one. His presence should provide a boost and continuity to the defensive line, as he has already played 208 snaps through six games this year.
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  • Patriots' Christian Barmore: Hurts shoulder Sunday

    Barmore is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Cowboys with a shoulder injury. Barmore's absence leaves the Patriots without one of their rotational options at defensive tackle. Carl Davis should pick up the slack in the meantime.
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  • Patriots' Christian Barmore: First defensive tackle selected

    The Patriots selected Barmore in the second round of the 2021 NFL Draft, 38th overall. Barmore is the first defensive tackle off the board in a weak tackle class, but in terms of raw talent, he was worth an earlier selection. Barmore (6-foot-4, 310 pounds) is particularly athletic for his size, as his 4.98-second 40 time would be a strong mark even for a much smaller player. Questions about his motor might have informed his fall to this point in the draft, but the talent isn't in any serious question.
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