Patriots Rule Out Three Offensive Starters For Week 9 Colts Game

Damien Harris is questionable

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November 4

FOXBORO, Mass. — The Patriots will be without three key offensive starters when they host the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday.

New England on Friday ruled out center David Andrews, right tackle Marcus Cannon and receiver DeVante Parker for the Week 9 matchup at Gillette Stadium. Neither Parker nor Andrews practiced all week — with Andrews now missing six straight practices — while Cannon missed the last two sessions after practicing Wednesday.

Running back Damien Harris sat out the last two days but returned Friday as a limited participant. He and cornerback Jack Jones, who did not practice Friday, both are listed as questionable for Sunday’s game due to an illness.

Here’s the full Friday Patriots injury report:

OUT
C David Andrews — Concussion (DNP)
T Marcus Cannon — Concussion (DNP)
WR DeVante Parker — Knee (DNP)

QUESTIONABLE
DL Christian Barmore — Knee (LP)
S Kyle Dugger — Ankle (LP)
RB Damien Harris — Illness (LP)
CB Jack Jones — Illness (DNP)
RB Pierre Strong — Hamstring (LP)
LB Josh Uche — Hamstring (LP)
DL Deatrich Wise — Ankle (LP)

The Colts also are in tough shape.

Indy on Friday ruled out star running back Jonathan Taylor, who is dealing with a nagging injury. The Colts also will be without linebacker Grant Stuard and cornerback Tony Brown.

Tackle Dennis Kelly is listed as questionable due to a calf/ankle issue.

The Patriots and the Colts will kick off at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday.

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