On Tuesday, the Patriots released a projected injury report which had perfect attendance with 12 players limited. When the team actually took the field on Wednesday, two players did not take part.
Left tackle Isaiah Wynn (hip/ankle), who was listed as ‘limited’ on Tuesday, is listed as ‘did not participate’ on Wednesday’s injury report. Wynn left Sunday’s game against Miami early due to the injury.
Linebacker Jamie Collins (ankle) also did not participate. Collins wasn’t listed at all on Tuesday’s report.
Eleven players were listed as limited on Wednesday, all of whom were also projected as limited on Tuesday. They are running back Damien Harris (hamstring), wide receiver Jakobi Meyers (thigh), center David Andrews (shoulder), defensive linemen Christian Barmore (knee) and Lawrence Guy (shoulder) linebacker Dont’a Hightower (knee), safeties Adrian Phillips (knee) Kyle Dugger (hand) and Cody Davis (wrist), kicker Nick Folk (left knee), and specialist Brandon King (toe).
For Buffalo, wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders (knee) and defensive end Efe Obada (ankle) were full participants for the second straight day. Wide receiver Cole Beasley (veteran rest) was limited after not being listed on Tuesday.
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