Patriots list 13 players, including LT Isaiah Wynn, as questionable for playoff-opener

By Henry McKenna

The New England Patriots listed 13 players as questionable, including left tackle Isaiah Wynn (hip/ankle), who did not practice in either of the sessions ahead of their matchup against the Buffalo Bills on Saturday in the wild-card round of the postseason.

Wynn had been listed as limited for Tuesday’s hypothetical practice report, issued when teams elect not to take the field on a short week. He did not participate on Wednesday or Thursday. Typically, that means a Patriots player won’t play. In this case, it seems New England is holding out hope he’ll return.

The Patriots other questionable players were as follows: center David Andrews (shoulder), defensive tackles Christian Barmore (knee) and Lawrence Guy (shoulder), linebackers Jame Collins (ankle), Brandon King (toe) and Dont’a Hightower (knee), safeties Kyle Dugger (hand) and Adrian Phillips (knee), defensive back Cody Davis (wrist), kicker Nick Folk (left knee) and receiver Jakobi Meyers (thigh).

Hightower and Dugger missed last week’s game due to their injuries.

New England kicks off against the Bills, who have a completely healthy active roster, at 8:25 p.m. on Saturday night in Buffalo.

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