Isaiah Wynn lost his chance to play in the 2018 season long before it even started.
Patriots’ first round tackle suffered a torn Achilles, and will miss the entire 2018 season. this is bad news for the team, and Isaiah Wynn couldn’t even present himself in the right way.
The information was first confirmed by ESPN’s Adam Schefter. “Patriots’ first-round pick, OT Isaiah Wynn, tore his Achilles vs. the Eagles and he will be out for the season, per source. The worst of the preseason on display,” he wrote on Twitter.
Wynn hobbled off the field towards the end of the first quarter of the second preseason game between the New England Patriots and the Eagles. Wynn couldn’t even get to the sideline on his own, and used the help of trainers.
Doctors checked Wynn in the blue medical tent, and was then sent straight to the locker room.
The team confirmed that Wynn had an ankle injury, and the player didn’t return to the field. Yes, his condition was that serious.
The Patriots drafted Wynn as the No.23 overall pick in the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft. He was supposed to have a pivotal role at the offensive line. But, the game is over now.
The first team All-SEC pick is now the second top of the Pats in as many years to suffer the season-ending injury in the preseason. The same thing happened to Derek Rivers and he tore his ACL last year.
Well, playing football means that you have greater chances of getting hurt. It’s a tough game, and unfortunately, some players stop playing before they even show their skills to the world.
Now the Patriots have depth along the o-line with Trent Brown confirmed as the starting left tackle. Marcus Cannon is starting on the right side. LaAdrian Waddle, Matt Tobin and Cole Croston will make up the rest of the tackles on the roster.