The Patriots have picked up Wynn's fifth-year contract option, Zack Cox of NESN.com reports.
The move fully guarantees the 2018 first-rounder $10.4 million in 2022. Injuries have slowed Wynn since being drafted out of Georgia, but given that the Patriots didn't select an offensive tackle in the first three rounds of this year's draft, it wasn't surprising that the team elected to secure the services of the 6-foot-2, 310-pounder for two more seasons. Wynn is in line to serve as New England's starting left tackle this coming season.
Wynn (knee) was placed on injured reserve Saturday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.
The 24-year-old suffered the injury during last week's loss to the Texans and will be sidelined for at least the next three games. The availability of guards Joe Thuney (ankle) and Shaq Mason (calf) will impact how the Patriots end up filling Wynn's absence.
Wynn (knee) has been ruled out for Sunday's Week 12 matchup against the Cardinals, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.
Wynn came out of the team's Week 11 matchup against the Texans with the injury and failed to log a practice all week. His absence could cause complications along the left side of the Patriots' offensive line, particularly if Joe Thuney (ankle) is unable to suit up.
Wynn (ankle) is active for Sunday's game against the Ravens, Jeff Howe of The Athletic reports.
Wynn suffered an ankle injury during New England's Week 9 win over the Jets, but he's recovered in time to suit up Sunday. The 2018 first-round pick's presence will provide a notable boost for the Patriots' offensive line against a dangerous Baltimore pass rush.
Wynn (ankle) is questionable for Sunday's game versus the Ravens.
Wynn injured his ankle in last week's win over the Jets, but he managed to practice in a limited fashion all week. Jermaine Eluemunor (ankle) could be activated from IR for this week's game, and he'd likely start at right tackle regardless of Wynn's health.
Wynn is officially questionable to return to Monday's matchup with the Jets due to an ankle injury.
The severity of Wynn's injury is unknown at this time. Expect an update on his status when the Patriots provide some more clarity.
Wynn (eye) will play Sunday against the Bengals, Andrew Callahan of The Boston Herald reports.
Wynn missed Thursday's practice but was back out there in full Friday. He should get the start against Cincinnati.
Wynn (eye) did not participate in practice Thursday, Zack Cox of NESN.com reports.
Wynn wasn't listed on Wednesday's injury report, so he must have had something happen in the last 24 hours. His presence at Friday's practice will be telling for his game status in Week 15.
Wynn (toe) was activated off of injured reserve Tuesday, Jim McBride of The Boston Globe reports.
Wynn still looks on track to play Week 12 against Dallas. He figures to retake his starting spot at left tackle, bumping Marshall Newhouse to a reserve role.
Wynn (toe) practiced Wednesday and is designated to return from injured reserve, Andrew Callahan of The Springfield Republican reports.
Wynn won't be able to play until Nov. 24 against the Cowboys, and he appears on track to make that a reality as long as he avoids a setback. Once he's ready to go, Wynn should slot in as the team's starting left tackle.
Coach Bill Belichick said Monday that Wynn (toe) could return to practice this week, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.
The Patriots appear to be strongly considering Wynn as one of two players who can be designated to return from IR this season. If the 2018 first-round pick's recovery is on track, his first chance to return to action would come Week 12 versus Dallas. James Develin (neck) and N'Keal Harry (ankle) are also candidates to be designated to return to action.
Wynn (toe) is a candidate to return to action for the Patriots this season, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.
Wynn hit IR due to a toe injury in mid-September, and he'll be eligible to resume practicing as soon as Oct. 26. The 2018 first-round pick would then be able to retake the field Week 11 against the Eagles, at the earliest. The Patriots can designate up to two players to return from IR this season, with N'Keal Harry (ankle) and James Develin (neck) also under consideration.
Wynn (toe) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, Mike Dussault of the Patriots' official site reports.
Wynn will be eligible to return to practice after six weeks and could suit up as early as Week 11 against the Eagles. With Wynn out, Marshall Newhouse is slated to fill in as New England's starting left tackle.
Wynn (toe) is considered week-to-week, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Rapoport also notes that the injury isn't season-ending. Wynn impressed through two games this season, but for now it seems Korey Cunningham will start at left tackle for the Patriots.
Wynn suffered a toe injury during Sunday's 43-0 win over the Dolphins and is scheduled for an MRI, Karen Guregian of the Boston Herald reports.
Wynn's MRI will diagnose whether he suffered any ligament damage and allow for an estimate on a return timetable. Korey Cunningham will likely draw the start at left tackle as long as Wynn is unable to go.
Wynn (foot) was officially ruled out of Sunday's game against Miami, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.
Wynn suffered the injury in the second quarter of the game, and was originally listed as questionable. Now that he's done for the game, Korey Cunningham will likely continue to be deployed as the team's left tackle.
Wynn suffered a foot injury in Sunday's game against Miami and is questionable to return.
It's unclear how the Georgia product picked up the injury, but it's serious enough to force him to miss snaps. As long as Wynn is sidelined, duties will likely shift to Korey Cunningham at left tackle.
Wynn (Achilles) suited up for 19 offensive snaps during Saturday's preseason game against the Titans.
The 2018 first-round pick had been working back from a torn Achilles that cost him his entire rookie season. The fact that Wynn suited up in Saturday's game reaffirms the fact that he's on track to play Week 1 of the regular season.
Wynn (Achilles) participated in full-contact drills for the first time Monday, Zack Cox of NESN.com reports.
Wynn also took part in 11-on-11 drills Monday, working with the first team. The 2018 first-round pick is coming off a torn Achilles that cost him his entire rookie season and appears on track to suit up Week 1.
Wynn (Achilles) practiced in limited fashion during Saturday's training camp session, Doug Kyed of NESN.com reports.
Wynn managed to pass a physical earlier in the week, allowing him to avoid the PUP list after missing the entire 2018 season with a torn Achilles. It wouldn't be surprising for the Patriots to keep Wynn's reps limited throughout the early stages of camp, but the starting left tackle should be just fine for Week 1 of the regular season.