Patriots Injury Report: Julian Edelman Suffered New Injury In Loss To Chiefs

Julian Edelman’s injury count continues to rise.

The New England Patriots wide receiver now is dealing with a knee injury in addition to the shoulder ailment that’s limited him in recent weeks, according to the Patriots’ latest injury report.

Edelman missed practice Wednesday, reportedly for “load management.” He appeared to injure his knee during Sunday’s loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, noticeably limping after several plays during the fourth quarter.

The Patriots also listed two other receivers on the injury report: Mohamed Sanu (ankle) and N’Keal Harry (hip). Sanu was among six players limited in practice Wednesday. Harry was full-go, as was quarterback Tom Brady (right elbow).

Center Ted Karras and defensive lineman Byron Cowart returned to practice in a limited capacity after missing Sunday’s game with knee and head injuries, respectively.

Defensive tackle Danny Shelton was a new addition to the injury report. He was limited with a shoulder injury.

DID NOT PRACTICE
WR Julian Edelman, Knee/Elbow

LIMITED PARTICIPANT
OL Ted Karras, Knee
WR Mohamed Sanu, Ankle
DL Byron Cowart, Head
CB Jason McCourty, Groin
DL Danny Shelton, Shoulder

FULL PARTICIPANT
QB Tom Brady, Right Elbow
WR N’Keal Harry, Hip

The 10-3 Patriots are preparing to face the 1-12 Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.