Patriots Injury Report: Six Players Questionable For Titans Playoff Game


January 2, 2020

The New England Patriots officially have listed six players as questionable for Saturday night’s wild-card round playoff matchup with the Tennessee Titans at Gillette Stadium:

LB Ja’Whaun Bentley, Knee
DB Terrence Brooks, Groin
LB Jamie Collins, Shoulder
WR Julian Edelman, Knee/Shoulder
CB Jonathan Jones, Groin
CB Jason McCourty, Groin

McCourty and Brooks both missed last week’s loss to the Miami Dolphins. The former has played just eight defensive snaps since Week 10.

The Patriots had perfect attendance at all three practices this week. Edelman, who’s spent nearly the entire season on the injury report with various ailments, said Thursday in a radio interview he feels “better than (he has) in the last few weeks.”

Patriots offensive tackle Marcus Cannon was removed from the injury report after fully participating in Thursday’s practice.

The Titans ruled wide receiver Adam Humphries out with an ankle injury. He has not played since Week 13. Wideouts Kalif Raymond (concussion) and Cody Hollister (ankle) and safety Dane Cruikshank (illness) are listed as questionable for Tennessee.

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