Report: Isaiah Wynn's toe injury not season-ending, considered week-to-week

Ryan Hannable
September 17, 2019 - 8:07 am
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It appears the Patriots will continue to shuffle their offensive line.

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After suffering a toe injury in Sunday's win over the Dolphins, according to NFL Media's Ian Rapoport, starting left tackle Isaiah Wynn is considered week-to-week, but the injury is not season-ending. This comes following a MRI Monday.

Wynn missed all of last season with an Achilles injury and looked good in the preseason and Week 1.

In his place, newcomer Marshall Newhouse slid over from right tackle and did an OK job, but it certainly had room for improvement. Right tackle Marcus Cannon missed the game with a shoulder injury, which meant newly acquired Korey Cunningham played the majority of the snaps at right tackle.

The Patriots are also reportedly signing Caleb Benenoch, an interior lineman, on Tuesday.

While everything has gone great so far to start the year, outscoring opponents 76-3, the Patriots' offensive line is certainly something to keep an eye on and be somewhat concerned with, especially if Wynn and Cannon are out for extended periods.

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