Isaiah Wynn says he’s playing Sunday

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Patriots head coach Bill Belichick said earlier this week that right tackle Isaiah Wynn has a shot of playing against the Dolphins despite a back injury, but Wynn gave a more emphatic answer to a question about his availability on Friday.

Wynn told reporters that he will definitely be playing in the season opener. He has been limited in practice all week, but the fact that he made the trip to South Florida for this week’s practices was always a good sign for his chances of being in the lineup.

It remains to be seen if the Patriots will confirm Wynn’s response or if they will list him as questionable when they issue injury designations for the opener.

Wide receiver Jakobi Meyers (knee), running back/wide receiver Ty Montgomery (knee), and safety Joshuah Bledsoe (groin) have also been limited all of this week.

11 responses to “Isaiah Wynn says he’s playing Sunday

  1. BB told Wynn he would play Sunday
    Wynn tells media he will play Sunday
    Now, Wynn will not play Sunday

  2. Dude is already injured? I was hopping last season he finally got himself on track (aside from committing a penalty in almost every game he played). Wynn is shaping up to be yet another BB 1st round whiff

  3. Does it really matter? Tua is 3-0 against BB and his Pats and this is the best Dolphins team that Tua has been a part of. Phillips is going to dominate Wynn and I suspect Matt Jones will end up on his rear end multiple times. I look forward to Tua being 4-0 against the Pats.

  4. Josh Allen, the NFLs new Tom Brady, ended the patriots joke season last night before they even lost their first game. Their fans are still in shock.

  5. “That’s good news. The division runs through Foxborough.” Hahahahahahaha 🤣🤣🤡🤡

  6. He made the trip for the same reason all old folks do. The hot weather down there makes old bones feel better. And it is hot this week.

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