Patriots activate David Andrews

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The Patriots have their starting center back on the active roster.

David Andrews came off of injured reserve on Saturday. Andrews had surgery to repair a broken thumb after Week Two and missed three games while on the list.

The Patriots could also have right guard Shaq Mason back on Sunday against the 49ers. Mason is listed as questionable with a a calf injury after a week of limited practices. He did not play last Sunday because he was on the reserve/COVID-19 list.

Joe Thuney has been starting at center, but Andrews’ return would allow him to move back to guard.

New England also promoted linebacker Tashawn Bower and defensive tackle Nick Thurman from the practice squad for Sunday’s game. They’ll go back down after the contest.

2 responses to “Patriots activate David Andrews

  1. So much for plugging in any QB to the ‘system’ – Brady WAS the system. As a head coach, Bill was sub – .500 pre-Brady and is now sub-.500 post Brady….speaks for itself as Brady at 43 is still crushing it.

  2. Good news their has been so many combos on the online they need some continuity to get the offense going. Ignore the noise do your job and be ready to compete for 60mins or more.

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