Colin Cowherd was really impressed with the performance the New England Patriots had in the Cleveland Browns game. It was spectacular and Cowherd believes this was a stern warning for the rest of the AFC. Pretty much every player contributed to the final result, and Mac Jones was brilliant on the field. Head coach Bill Belichick was happy with the result, too, and he gave his players a day off. Patriots players didn’t hit the practice field following the win over Cleveland. If players practiced Monday, three players would have missed the session.
Can you make any guesses? The Patriots listed running back Damien Harris, wide receiver Gunner Olszewski, and linebacker Josh Uche as “did not participate” on Monday’s injury report.
Patriots players to recover following Browns game
This doesn’t come as a surprise because Harris missed Sunday’s win due to a concussion. Rookie running back Rhamondre Stevenson picked up his role and turned out to be a really good option for the Patriots. The rookie rushed 20 times for 100 yards and a couple of touchdowns. He also had four catches for 14 yards. Impressive, huh? Belichick played wisely in the offseason. Getting Stevenson was a really good idea.
Olszewski missed the game for the same reason.
The Patriots listed the three players as “did not participate” in Monday’s injury report.
DID NOT PARTICIPATE
RB Damien Harris, Concussion
WR Gunner Olszewski, Concussion
LB Josh Uche, Ankle
P Jake Bailey, Right Knee
LB Ja’Whaun Bentley, Ribs
RB Brandon Bolden, Hip
OT Trent Brown, Calf
S Kyle Dugger, Ankle
K Nick Folk, Left Knee
WR N’Keal Harry, Knee
LB Dont’a Hightower, Ankle
G Shaq Mason, Abdomen
CB Jalen Mills, Forearm
TE Jonnu Smith, Shoulder
LB Kyle Van Noy, Groin
Brandon Bolden is a new addition to the roster. He is treating his hip injury, but his injury is not that severe.
The Atlanta Falcons are next on the list. Patriots fans hope to see their favorite team continue the winning streak. Players need to get ready for the next challenge and hopefully, continue the winning streak. Game on, Pats!