Patriots player suffers season-ending injury after yesterday’s game

The New England Patriots second preseason game was surprising in several aspects, and yes, we had this major injury thing.

Injuries are common in the world of football, and Isaiah Wynn had a rough start of the season. Some say that this injury may even put an end to his time this season.

The Patriots first round rookie was sent to the locker room, and his ankle injury is now imposing a serious threat to the game plans. Wynn even used the help of trainers to get to the sideline. He had the regular check under the blue medical tent, and had to be carted to the locker room.

The Patriots announced that he has ankle injury. Wynn hurt himself in the preseason game, and may not return to game action.

LaAdrian Waddle started at right tackle, and Wynn noticed the spot as he was switching to right tackle from playing on the left until now. Trent Brown solidified as starting left tackle in the time after Nate Solder, and Marcus Cannon is also injured. In other words, Wynn has pretty much a lot playing time on the right side.

It’s not the first time that something like this happens. This is the second Patriots first round pick to be injured badly. Sony Michel was out after he had fluid drained from the knee. When it comes to Wynn, the Patriots drafted the offensive tackle with No. 23 overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. He was considered a pillar to the team’s offensive line.

What will happen now? Could Wynn stay out of the game for the entire season? His injury is pretty bad, and we really hope that he returns to the field. The Patriots need whatever chance they have to win the Super Bowl, and they really don’t need any injuries at the moment.

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