Trent Brown, Shaq Mason ruled out for Patriots

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The Patriots were been down four starting offensive linemen at practice this week and they’ll be missing at least two of them for Sunday’s game against the Texans.

Right tackle Trent Brown and right guard Shaq Mason have been ruled out for this weekend. Brown has a calf injury and Mason is dealing with an abdomen injury.

Left tackle Isaiah Wynn and left guard Michael Onwenu are both on the COVID-19 reserve list. They could be available if they’re vaccinated, asymptomatic and test negative twice 24 hours apart, but the lack of practice time could leave them out even if that happens.

Linebacker Ja'whaun Bentley (shoulder), safety Cody Davis (knee), safety Kyle Dugger (hamstring), kicker Nick Folk (left knee), cornerback Jonathan Jones (ankle), cornerback Jalen Mills (hamstring), defensive end Ronnie Perkins (ankle), and linebacker Kyle Van Noy (groin) are all listed as questionable.

8 responses to “Trent Brown, Shaq Mason ruled out for Patriots

  1. Supposedly Wynn or Onwenu isn’t vaccinated so one isn’t playing and I doubt the other does without practicing all week. Given that Trent Brown played only the first series of the season and how poorly the line has played in general, the absence of 4 starters is shockingly probably not that big of a deal.

  2. This is why the Raiders got rid of T Brown and his big salary – he is ALWAYS injured. Too bad, because when his weight is down and he is healthy, he is the best RT in the NFL.

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