Patriots Injury Report: Four Key Players Miss Practice, Six Limited

New England is banged up ahead of Sunday's game in Vegas


Dec 14, 2022

TUCSON, Ariz. — Wednesday’s Patriots practice offered good and bad news on the injury front.

First, the good: Defensive tackle Christian Barmore returned to the field after spending four weeks on injured reserve and practiced in a limited capacity. New England now has 21 days to activate Barmore, who missed the last seven games due to a knee injury. Additionally, receiver Jakobi Meyers, cornerback Jalen Mills and running back Damien Harris all were limited Wednesday after sitting out Monday night’s road game against the Arizona Cardinals.

Now, the bad: Cornerback Jack Jones, receiver DeVante Parker, running back Rhamondre Stevenson and offensive lineman Isaiah Wynn all missed practice. Jones, Parker and Stevenson all were banged up during the Cardinals game whereas Wynn has missed multiple games due to a nagging foot injury.

After Monday night’s victory, Jones told that he suffered a knee bruise but also said he “should be good” after a “couple days.” We’ll learn more about his status as the week progresses.

Here’s the full injury from Wednesday’s practice, which was held at the University of Arizona:

CB Jack Jones — Knee
WR DeVante Parker — Concussion
RB Rhamondre Stevenson — Ankle
OL Isaiah Wynn — Foot

RB Damien Harris — Thigh
CB Jalen Mills — Groin
WR Jakobi Meyers — Concussion
LS Joe Cardona — Ankle
OT Yodny Cajuste — Calf, Back
DT Christian Barmore — Knee

The Patriots will practice again Thursday and Friday before traveling to Las Vegas.

They’ll play Josh McDaniels and the Raiders on Sunday afternoon at 4:05 p.m. ET.

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