FOXBORO, Mass. — Injuries will keep three Patriots out of Monday night's key game against the Jets.
Cornerback Jonathan Wilhite (hip), defensive lineman Myron Pryor (back) and defensive lineman Mike Wright (concussion) won't be able to suit up, although that news isn’t overly surprising because none of them practiced last week. Pryor is missing his fourth consecutive game, while Wilhite is missing his third straight game and Wright is missing his second in a row.
The Patriots' other inactive players are running back Thomas Clayton, defensive lineman Eric Moore, offensive lineman Rich Ohrnberger, wide receiver Taylor Price and tackle Mark LeVoir. None of them were listed on the injury report.
Price has been inactive during all 12 games this season. Ohrnberger is missing his ninth consecutive game. LeVoir is out for the eighth game in a row. Clayton, who was claimed off waivers last week, is inactive for the third time this season during his stints with the Patriots. Moore, who was signed last week, is inactive for his first time this season.
Quarterback Tom Brady (right foot, right shoulder) is the only member of the Patriots who is active after appearing on the injury report this week.