New England Patriots

Sep 18, 2022; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA; Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Diontae Johnson (18) runs after a catch against New England Patriots safety Jabrill Peppers (3) during the third quarter at Acrisure Stadium. The Patriots won 17-14. Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

  • On Monday, the Bills’ injury report was dominated by defensive backs dealing with illnesses. Tuesday’s injury report sees the Patriots’ in a similar situation.

    Safety Jabrill Peppers (illness) was the lone addition to the Patriots’ injury report on Tuesday. Peppers practiced in full on Monday. The Patriots had been dealing with an illness earlier in the year, but had nobody else listed with an illness this week.


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  • The Patriots made one other change to their side of the injury report on Tuesday. Wide receiver DeVante Parker (knee) was upgraded from a limited participant to full, but remains on the report.

    Running back Damien Harris (thigh) and offensive tackle Isaiah Wynn (foot) both missed their second day of practice this week. Wide receiver Jakobi Meyers (shoulder), center David Andrews (thigh), tackle Yodny Cajuste (calf), and cornerbacks Jalen Mills (groin) and Marcus Jones (ankle) remained limited.

  • The Bills were able to get four players back at practice who missed Monday’s session due to illnesses. Wide receiver Khalil Shaker and defensive backs Damar HamlinDane Jackson, and Jaquan Jones were all back on the field on Tuesday, listed as full participants.

    Starting tackle Dion Dawkins (ankle) and linebacker Von Miller (knee) both remain out for Buffalo. Quarterback Josh Allen (right elbow), center Mitch Morse (elbow/ankle), and linebacker Tremaine Edmunds (groin/heel) highlight the list of 11 players who were full participants but are still dealing with injuries.

    Tuesday was the final full practice of the week for both teams, but the final injury report and game statuses will come out on Wednesday.

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