|Oct 18 2017 - Shaquille Mason|
G Shaq Mason (shoulder) is a new addition to the New England injury report, listed as limited in practice to open the week of preparations for Sunday night's game against the Falcons.
|Oct 18 2017 - Rex Burkhead|
RB Rex Burkhead (ribs) continues to be limited in practice with the injury that's sidelined him since Week 2 in New Orleans.
|Oct 18 2017 - Eric Rowe|
CB Eric Rowe (groin) continues to miss practice to the injury that's cost him two straight games and three of the last four.
|Oct 18 2017 - Elandon Roberts|
LB Elandon Roberts (ankle) did not practice on Wednesday. The second-year linebacker has been battling the injury for weeks, but played his regular reps on Sunday in New York.
|Oct 18 2017 - Harvey Langi|
LB Harvey Langi (back) did not practice on Wednesday due to the injuries suffered in a car accident last Friday night in Foxborough that sent both he and his wife to the hospital.
|Oct 18 2017 - Stephon Gilmore|
CB Stephon Gilmore (concussion/ankle) did not practice on Wednesday after missing Sunday's game due to the head injury. Gilmore had been limited last week due to the ankle, was removed from the injury report altogether last Friday and then was added back to it and listed as out due to a previously unreported concussion on Saturday.
|Oct 18 2017 - Tom Brady|
QB Tom Brady was removed from the injury report this week after playing his usual reps in Sunday's win over the Jets in New York.
Brady missed two days of practice last week due to a left shoulder injury, reportedly an AC joint sprain.
|Oct 16 2017 - Chris Hogan|
WR Chris Hogan was helped off the field by trainers in the second half of Sunday's win after taking a big hit to the ribs following an incomplete pass.
Hogan returned to the game later appeared to be in some discomfort following the hit.
|Oct 16 2017 - Cole Croston|
T Cole Croston was inactive, a healthy scratch for the sixth straight game to open his NFL career.
|Oct 16 2017 - LaAdrian Waddle|
T LaAdrian Waddle was active for just the third time this season, seeing reserve action on the offensive line and in the kicking game.
|Oct 16 2017 - Cameron Fleming|
T Cameron Fleming was a healthy scratch in New York, the first time he was inactive since opening night against the Chiefs.
|Oct 16 2017 - David Harris|
LB David Harris was a healthy scratch for the second time in three weeks, missing the battle with his former Jets team.
|Oct 16 2017 - Rex Burkhead|
RB Rex Burkhead (ribs) was inactive for the fourth straight game due to the injury suffered in Week 2 in New Orleans.
Burkhead has practiced on a limited basis, began the week as questionable, then was downgraded to out.
|Oct 16 2017 - Eric Rowe|
CB Eric Rowe (groin) missed his second straight game and third contest in a month. Rowe is still walking with a noticeable limp in the New England locker room.
|Oct 16 2017 - Harvey Langi|
LB Harvey Langi (back) was inactive for the fourth straight week and fifth time this season.
His absence was due to a serious multi-car accident the undrafted rookie and his wife were in on Friday night in Foxborough. Though the Jaws of Life were used on his car, Langi was reportedly released from the hospital on Saturday.
|Oct 16 2017 - Stephon Gilmore|
CB Stephon Gilmore was limited in practice last week with an ankle injury before he was removed from the report after participating fully in practice last Friday.
But on Saturday, Gilmore returned to the injury report with a concussion and was downgraded to out for Sunday's game and did not make the trip to New York.
|Oct 16 2017 - Tom Brady|
QB Tom Brady set an NFL record with his 187th career regular-season win in Sunday's ugly 24-17 victory in New York. Until then, Brady was tied with Peyton Manning and Brett Favre.
Brady already held the records for most overall wins by a quarterback (212) and most regular-season wins by a quarterback for one team (187).
|Oct 15 2017 - Devin McCourty|
S Devin McCourty, a New Jersey native, had his first interception of the season and 20th of his eight-year career on Sunday.
|Oct 15 2017 - Chris Hogan|
WR Chris Hogan was injured in the second quarter on a hit by Jets S Marcus Maye but returned to Sunday's game.
|Oct 15 2017 - Mike Gillislee|
RB Mike Gillislee lost a fumble for only the second time in his five-year career on Sunday. His other one was also at MetLife Stadium, in a 2015 season-ending win over the Jets when he was with the Buffalo Bills.
|Oct 15 2017 - Stephen Gostkowski|
K Stephen Gostkowski missed his first field goal attempt of the season, a 47-yarder in the second quarter, wide right. It was his first miss on a kick of less than 50 yards since last season's game at MetLife Stadium on Nov. 27, when he missed a 39-yard attempt.
|Oct 15 2017 - Tom Brady|
QB Tom Brady, who had been sacked 16 times and hit a total of 32 times through the first two games, wasn't sacked by the Jets on Sunday and was hit four times. Brady threw an interception for the second straight game -- the first time he has done that since 2015 -- but broke a tie with Peyton Manning and Brett Favre for the most regular-season wins in NFL history with 187. Brady, who finished 20-of-38 passing for 257 yards, has 212 wins including the postseason, which was already an NFL record (Manning is second with 200). "When you win a game like this, 24-17, there were some good plays we made but a lot we left out there," Brady said. "We could have won 50-0 and it would be the same thing."
|Oct 15 2017 - Rob Gronkowski|
TE Rob Gronkowski, after sitting out the Patriots' win in Tampa two Thursdays ago with a bruised left thigh, scored two touchdowns, his first multi-touchdown game since the 2015 season opener, in the Patriots' win over the Jets on Sunday. The Patriots took the lead for good on Gronkowski's 33-yard touchdown catch from Tom Brady to make it 21-14 with 11:22 left in the third quarter. Gronkowski, who had six catches for 93 yards, caught a pass over the middle, outran Jets safety Marcus Maye and high-stepped into the end zone. "Every time you come into New York, it's gonna be a dogfight," Gronkowski said. "They're physical and they don't back down. ... Every win's not pretty."
|Oct 14 2017 - Stephon Gilmore|
CB Stephon Gilmore (concussion) has been ruled out for the Patriots' Week 6 game against the Jets on Sunday. Gilmore, 27, had not been on the team's injury report and was a full participant at practice this past week. ESPN reports the former Pro Bowler has been experiencing headaches ever since banging helmets with Buccaneers WR Mike Evans during the Patriots' 19-14 win in Tampa on Oct. 5. Gilmore's absence leaves the Patriots with two healthy CBs on the roster versus the Jets, Malcolm Butler and Jonathan Jones.
|Oct 14 2017 - Harvey Langi|
DE/LB Harvey Langi (back) was involved in a car accident Friday night and is out for the Patriots' game against the Jets on Sunday. The accident, which also involved Langi's wife, involved serious injuries but they are not considered to be life-threatening, a person close to the 25-year-old Langi told ESPN. On the official injury report, the Patriots listed Langi as out against the Jets with a back injury. "Our thoughts are with Harvey, the Langi family and those who sustained injuries in last night's accident," a Patriots' statement read in part.
|Oct 12 2017 - Eric Rowe|
CB Eric Rowe (groin) continues to be absent from the practice field and appears to be in more of a week-to-week category at this point.
|Oct 12 2017 - Nate Solder|
LT Nate Solder was removed from the injury report on Thursday. He did not practice on Wednesday, though the absence was not injury related.
|Oct 12 2017 - Rob Gronkowski|
TE Rob Gronkowski (thigh) returned to practice on a limited basis on Thursday. Gronkowski missed Wednesday's practice after also sitting out last Thursday night's win in Tampa with the injury he apparently suffered in the Week 4 loss to the Panthers.
|Oct 12 2017 - Tom Brady|
QB Tom Brady (left shoulder) returned to the practice field on Thursday on a limited basis. Brady did not practice on Wednesday, but downplayed the injury and said he would be ready to go on Sunday in New York against the Jets.
|Oct 12 2017 - Will Tye|
TE Will Tye signed with the Patriots practice squad Oct. 12 as New England prepared to face his former team, the Jets. The 6-foot-2, 256-pounder entered the NFL as a rookie free agent out of Stony Brook in 2015 with the Giants. He started 17 of the 29 games he played with the Giants over two seasons, catching 90 passes for 859 yards with four touchdowns. He was released by the Giants on Sept. 2 and claimed by the Jets, where he played in three games tallying four catches for 38 yards before his release on Oct. 3.
|Oct 12 2017 - Trevor Reilly|
LB Trevor Reilly signed with the Patriots practice squad Oct. 12. The 6-foot-5, 240-pounder previously spent time on the New England practice squad in 2016. He originally entered the NFL as a 2014 seventh-round pick of the Jets out of Utah. In 31 career NFL games with the Jets and Dolphins, Reilly has 11 tackles, one sack, one forced fumble and 22 special teams tackles.
|Oct 12 2017 - Cole Toner|
OL Cole Toner was placed on practice squad injured reserve Oct. 12.
|Oct 11 2017 - Matthew Slater|
WR Matthew Slater (hamstring) remains limited in practice with the injury that dates back to the first couple practices of training camp. Slater saw game action for the first time this season last Thursday night in Tampa.
|Oct 11 2017 - Dont'a Hightower|
LB Dont'a Hightower (knee) continues to be limited in practice though he's played his full reps the last two contests.
|Oct 11 2017 - Elandon Roberts|
LB Elandon Roberts (ankle) remains limited in practice although he continues to see a regular role on defense in game action. .
|Oct 11 2017 - Stephon Gilmore|
CB Stephon Gilmore (ankle) continues to be limited in practice while he plays his regular game reps each week.
|Oct 11 2017 - Marcus Cannon|
T Marcus Cannon (ankle) continues to be limited in practice though he's been a full go for game reps in recent weeks.
|Oct 11 2017 - Rex Burkhead|
RB Rex Burkhead (ribs) continues to practice on a limited basis as he works back from the injury suffered in Week 2 in New Orleans. The back has not played in the last three games.
|Oct 11 2017 - Nate Solder|
T Nate Solder did not practice on Wednesday although the absence was not injury related.
|Oct 11 2017 - Rob Gronkowski|
TE Rob Gronkowski (thigh) did not practice due to the injury that kept him from last Thursday night's win in Tampa. Gronkowski apparently suffered the injury in the Week 4 loss to Carolina, though he wasn't actually added to the New England injury report until the night before the Bucs game.
|Oct 10 2017 - Tom Brady|
QB Tom Brady (left shoulder injury) missed practice Tuesday but is expected to play in the team's Week 6 game against the Jets on Sunday. Brady has undergone tests for the injury but is expected play through it, sources told ESPN. The 40-year-old quarterback has been hit 32 times and sacked 16 times this season, including six times in the last two weeks.
|Oct 6 2017 - David Harris|
LB David Harris was active a week after serving as a healthy scratch against the Panthers, but the veteran did not play a single snap against the Bucs. The former Jet has now played just seven snaps in his first five games in New England, failing to find any role on defense or even contribute on special teams. He has not appeared on the injury report at any point this season, either.
|Oct 6 2017 - Matthew Slater|
WR Matthew Slater (hamstring) made his season debut with special teams action against the Bucs. The veteran has been sidelined since the first days of training camp with the injury. He saw action on 11 snaps in the kicking game in Tampa.
|Oct 6 2017 - Cole Croston|
OL Cole Croston, an undrafted rookie, was a healthy scratch in Tampa, the fifth straight week he's been inactive to open his NFL career.
|Oct 6 2017 - LaAdrian Waddle|
T LaAdrian Waddle, a fill-in starter at right tackle in Week 3 against the Texans, was a healthy scratch for the third time in five games this season.
|Oct 6 2017 - Harvey Langi|
LB Harvey Langi, an undrafted rookie, was inactive for the fourth time in five games to open his NFL career, a healthy scratch for the third time this season.
|Oct 6 2017 - Rex Burkhead|
RB Rex Burkhead (ribs) was inactive and did not make the trip to Tampa. The running back has practiced on a limited basis for the last week-plus, but the first-year Patriot has now missed three games to the injury suffered in Week 2 at New Orleans.
|Oct 6 2017 - Eric Rowe|
CB Eric Rowe (groin) was inactive and did not make the trip. Rowe reinjured his groin in last Sunday's loss to the Panthers, did not practice all week and was limping badly in the locker room.
|Oct 6 2017 - Alan Branch|
DT Alan Branch was not only a healthy scratch against the Bucs, but the veteran defensive lineman did not even make the trip to Tampa with the team. Branch, who re-signed with the Patriots on a two-year deal in the offseason that guarantees him at least $3 million, has played poorly early this season and saw his playing time drop dramatically over the first month after playing 60 percent of New England's snaps a year ago when head coach Bill Belichick called him the Patriots' most consistent defensive lineman.
|Oct 6 2017 - Rob Gronkowski|
TE Rob Gronkowski (thigh) was inactive on Thursday night, watching from the bench a day after being added to the injury report at the end of a short work week in which the Patriots held only walk-throughs. Gronkowski was a game-time decision, and early reports indicate he could be ready to go when New England takes on the Jets in New York a week from Sunday.