New England Patriots

Dec 18, 2016; Denver, CO, USA; New England Patriots offensive tackle Marcus Cannon (61) in the first quarter against the Denver Broncos at Sports Authority Field. (Ron Chenoy/USA TODAY Sports)

The Patriots may be without a key part of their offensive line on Sunday, as Marcus Cannon (shoulder) headlined a list of three Patriots tagged with ‘questionable’ designations on the final injury report before the team’s Week 2 head-to-head with the Miami Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium.

Injured in the fourth quarter of last Sunday’s 33-3 win over the Steelers, the 31-year-old Cannon was a limited participant on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, meaning just about anything entering Sunday. The team did sign veteran lineman Marshall Newhouse, Cannon’s college teammate, earlier this week as potential backup.

Running back Brandon Bolden (hamstring) and tight end Matt LaCosse (ankle) were also labeled questionable. Bolden had one carry for seven yards in Week 1, while LaCosse was in uniform but did not get into the game in Week 1.

On the Miami side of things, wide receiver Albert Wilson (hip/calf) and safety Reshad Jones (ankle) have been ruled out. Wilson hauled in two of his four targets in Week 1 for a total of 13 yards, and totaled four catches for 19 yards in his lone 2018 appearance against the Patriots. Jones, meanwhile, had five tackles in last week’s 59-10 loss to the Ravens.

As for the maybes, Dolphins center Daniel Kilgore (shoulder) is questionable. Same for defensive end Charles Harris (wrist), linebacker Trent Harris (foot), and safety Bobby McCain (shoulder).

The Patriots are 19-point favorites entering play.