Mac Jones a full participant at Patriots practice

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Patriots quarterback Mac Jones appears to be good to go.

Although Jones injured his back during Sunday’s loss to the Dolphins, he was a full participant in practice today, the team announced. That suggests that there’s little doubt he’ll be ready to play this week against the Steelers.

Jones played through the injury against the Dolphins and it doesn’t appear that there’s any doubt he can go on Sunday. Behind Jones on the depth chart are veteran Brian Hoyer and rookie Bailey Zappe.

The Patriots had four players who were limited in practice today: safety Joshuah Bledsoe (groin), safety Adrian Phillips (ribs), guard Cole Strange (shoulder) and cornerback Shaun Wade (ankle). One player, linebacker Ja'whaun Bentley (toe), did not practice.

18 responses to “Mac Jones a full participant at Patriots practice

  1. An Xray as a precautionary measure doesn’t mean there is an injury. The media is just out of control with the lies.

  2. Hah! I called this from the beginning – the pats have zero chance in their division and will be drafting top 10 this year

  3. Mac Jones ain’t it people – pats were exposed Sunday as pretenders. Only took one game. Cheers!

  4. Mac Jones is it! Who does he have to work with that scares anyone? Had the Niners drafted him they would be crushing it!

  5. See? I told you. All he had to do is put on his gold jacket under the uniform and he’d be fine. Greatest player ever.

  6. Putrid coaching from BB Patricia, & Joe will ruin #10. He could have been a serviceable nfl qb, but he is being ruined by Pats coaching staff.

  7. DrewSports says:
    September 14, 2022 at 6:03 pm
    Mac Jones is it! Who does he have to work with that scares anyone? Had the Niners drafted him they would be crushing it!
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    We believe in Mac..
    Signed, Bills Mafia.

  8. My boy is about to come out of the gates and flex all over this Pittsburgh D. I’m talking tuddies and griddies all game long

  9. thatravenguy says:

    Mac Jones ain’t it people – pats were exposed Sunday as pretenders. Only took one game. Cheers!
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    If you’re going to judge a QB solely on his performance in road games in Miami, then you would conclude that Tom Brady “ain’t it” either. Let’s maybe pump the brakes on judging Mac Jones career after a season + one game, shall we?

  10. Well if you spent the time since last year saying Jones is a bust and the team has no talent then that means the Patriots have not fallen at all.

  11. mac jones is terrible and will never compete with Josh Allen. They will continue to lose in hilarious fashion every week.

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