Patriots news: Antonio Brown makes trip to Miami, Marcus Cannon likely out

Ryan Hannable
September 14, 2019 - 5:38 pm
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The Patriots will take on the Dolphins Sunday in Miami, but will be without two of their better players.

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Running back Brandon Bolden has been downgraded to out, and according to ESPN's Mike Reiss, offensive tackle Marcus Cannon (shoulder) is not expected to play.

With Bolden out, it's likely rookie Damien Harris will make his debut, while the team has options at tackle. It could do what it did in the fourth quarter last week and shift Joe Thuney to right tackle and have Jermaine Eluemunor play left guard, or it could have Korey Cunningham play right tackle.

For what it's worth, Elemmunor has more NFL experience than Cunningham.

In other news, according to NFL Media's Mike Giardi, Antonio Brown has made the trip. It's unclear how much he will play.

Kickoff is set for 1 p.m. Sunday.

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