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Top Patriots News

  • Patriots' Kendrick Bourne: Four grabs in Week 3 loss

    Bourne brought in four of five targets for 58 yards and committed a fumble that was recovered by the Patriots in a 37-26 loss to the Ravens on Sunday.

    Even with fellow wideout Jakobi Meyers (knee) sidelined, Bourne couldn't take full advantage. However, after a relatively lackluster first two games, Bourne at least set new season highs in receptions, receiving yards and targets. The veteran wideout posted an encouraging 55-800-5 line across 17 games in his first Patriots campaign in 2021, and perhaps Sunday's improved showing is a sign he'll become progressively more involved as the season unfolds.

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  • Patriots' Mac Jones: Likely has high-ankle sprain

    Jones is believed to have suffered a left high-ankle sprain in Sunday's 37-26 loss to the Ravens, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.

    If Jones' MRI on Monday reveals a high-ankle sprain as expected, the second-year quarterback would likely face a multi-week absence. Brian Hoyer would start in Week 4 against the Packers if Jones is unable to play, while rookie fourth-round pick Bailey Zappe would likely slot in as the backup.

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  • Patriots' Damien Harris: Salvages modest day with score

    Harris rushed 11 times for 41 yards and a touchdown while securing two of three targets for five yards in the Patriots' 37-26 loss to the Ravens on Sunday.

    Harris saw backfield mate Rhamondre Stevenson turn in a much more efficient performance with a 12-73-1 line on the ground, but the former did contribute a two-yard touchdown run early in the third quarter. Harris was the busier and more productive of the two backs while taking 15 carries for 71 yards and a score in Week 2 against the Steelers, however, so it remains to be seen if the backfield pecking order will revert back to that arrangement in a tough Week 4 road matchup versus the Packers.

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  • Patriots' Rhamondre Stevenson: Paces backfield in loss

    Stevenson rushed 12 times for 73 yards and a touchdown and secured four of five targets for 28 yards in the Patriots' 37-26 loss to the Ravens on Sunday.

    Stevenson had logged a modest 17 combined carries over the first two games, but he outpaced Damien Harris by one rush attempt Sunday and was impressively efficient. Stevenson also paid his first visit to the end zone this season with a one-yard run early in the fourth quarter and produced season-high numbers across the board in the passing game, making it a fruitful fantasy performance overall. It remains to be seen if Stevenson will once again serve as the primary back in a Week 4 road date with the Packers, however, as Harris naturally figures to remain a prominent week-to-week factor in the ground attack as well.

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  • Patriots' Mac Jones: To undergo MRI on Monday

    Jones is slated for an MRI on Monday on the ankle that he injured during Sunday's 37-26 loss to the Ravens, Jeff Howe of The Athletic reports.

    While X-rays returned negative after the game, there's concern that Jones picked up a high-ankle sprain or some sort of tendon or ligament damage, according to Michael Giardi of NFL Network. Jones had a mediocre Week 3 performance, completing 22 of 32 passes for 321 yards and three interceptions to go with five carries for 31 yards and one touchdown. If Jones is forced to miss any time, Brian Hoyer is next in line to take over the Patriots offense.

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  • Patriots' DeVante Parker: Paces pass catchers in loss

    Parker secured five of 10 targets for 156 yards in the Patriots' 37-26 loss to the Ravens on Sunday.

    Parker led the way for the Pats in receptions, receiving yards and targets, putting together a performance befitting of his downfield prowess. The veteran had just been shut out altogether in Week 2 and had recorded just one catch in the opener, so to say Sunday's performance came out of nowhere is an understatement. Parker could play a key role once again when the Patriots tangle with the Packers on the road in Week 4.

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  • Patriots' Mac Jones: Dealing with ankle injury

    X-Rays on Jones' ankle following Sunday's 37-26 loss to the Ravens, were negative, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

    That said, the QB's ankle will continue to be evaluated, so Jones' status for next Sunday's game against the Packers will be worth monitoring. If he's forced to miss practice reps this coming week, Brian Hoyer would be next in line to handle New England's signal-caller reps.

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  • Patriots' Jalen Mills: Leaves with injury

    Mills suffered a hamstring injury in the team's 37-26 loss to the Ravens on Sunday.

    Mills suffered the injury late in the game, and the severity of it is still unknown. He was able to record two tackles before exiting the contest.

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  • Patriots' Mac Jones: Dealing with leg injury

    Jones, who completed 22 of 32 passes for 321 yards with no touchdowns and three interceptions in the Patriots' 37-26 loss to the Ravens on Sunday, sustained a leg injury late in the contest, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.

    Jones suffered the injury on his third and final interception of the day, limping off the field after the play was over. The second-year signal-caller generated a season-high yardage figure in the loss, and he's now posted an ugly 2:5 TD:INT through three contests. With his health now in question in the immediate aftermath of Sunday's defeat, Jones' status for a Week 4 road matchup against the Packers figures to be firmly up in the air for at least the early portion of the week.

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  • Patriots' Lawrence Guy: Will not return

    Guy (shoulder) is out for the remainder of Sunday's game against the Ravens, Phil Perry of NBC Sports Boston reports.

    Guy's absence will leave the Patriots short on depth on the edges. DaMarcus Mitchell will likely see a significant uptick in snaps for the remainder of the contest.

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  • Patriots' Lawrence Guy: Questionable to return Sunday

    Guy (shoulder) is questionable to return to Sunday's matchup against the Ravens.

    Guy suffered a shoulder injury at some point versus Baltimore, leaving the Patriots defensive line undermanned with backup Sam Roberts (coach's decision) already ruled inactive. As a result, reserve left defensive end DaMarcus Mitchell will likely slide over into a bigger role against the Ravens.

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  • Patriots' Raekwon McMillan: Ruled out Sunday

    McMillan (thumb) is listed as inactive for Sunday's game against the Patriots.

    McMillan was a limited participant during both Wednesday's and Thursday's sessions, but his inability to practice Friday suggests he's not ready to suit up Sunday against Baltimore. The 242-pounder played though his thumb injury Week 2 against the Steelers, but he must've re-aggravated it sometime throughout the past week. Fellow linebackers Ja'Whaun Bentley, Mack Wilson and Jahlani Tavai are in line for expanded roles while McMillan remains out. His next opportunity to return to the playing field comes next Sunday when the team travels to Green Bay.

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  • Patriots' Joshuah Bledsoe: Playing Sunday

    Bledsoe (groin) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Ravens.

    Bledsoe should make his NFL debut as he is no longer on the team's inactive roster. The 2021 sixth-round pick missed the entirety of last year's campaign sue to an offseason wrist surgery. With Jabrill Peppers and Devin McCourty above him on the free safety depth chart, Bledsoe will compete for a depth role in New England.

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  • Patriots' Kyle Dugger: Out for Sunday

    Dugger (knee) will not play Sunday against the Ravens.

    Dugger was able to log a limited practice Friday after not practicing earlier in the week. However, that wasn't enough to tip the scales in Dugger's favor and the third-year-pro will miss Sunday's contest. In his absence, Adrian Phillips will likely draw the start at strong safety.

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  • Patriots' Jakobi Meyers: Inactive Sunday

    Meyers (knee) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Ravens.

    With Meyers unavailable Sunday, fellow wideouts DeVante Parker, Kendrick Bourne and Lil'Jordan Humphrey are in line see to added opportunities versus Baltimore alongside Nelson Agholor. Meanwhile, the team's top tight ends (Hunter Henry and Jonnu Smith) are also candidates to see added involvement in the team's Week 3 passing attack.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Rushing Passing Overall
Off. 115.7
(12th)
262.0
(12th)
364.7
(10th)
Def. 114.7
(19th)
218.7
(10th)
314.7
(11th)

Injuries

Player Injury
J. Meyers WR Jakobi Meyers WR Knee
M. Jones QB Mac Jones QB Ankle
K. Dugger SS Kyle Dugger SS Knee
T. Thornton WR Tyquan Thornton WR Collarbone
L. Guy DE Lawrence Guy DE Shoulder

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