Bill Belichick gives encouraging update on WR Kendrick Bourne

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  • Buffalo Bills
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  • New England Patriots
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  • Bill Belichick
    Bill Belichick
    American football coach
  • Kendrick Bourne
    Kendrick Bourne
    American football wide receiver

New England Patriots wide receiver Kendrick Bourne could return to play Sunday against the Buffalo Bills, per Bill Belichick. The wide receiver was put on the COVID-19\reserve list on Monday.

Speaking in his media availability on Wednesday, coach Belichick did not rule out the possibility that the wide receiver could return. On the year, Bourne has 45 catches for 667 yards and five touchdowns. He recorded three catches for 44 yards against the Indianapolis Colts last Saturday.

Per NFL rules, Bourne would be able to return faster if he is asymptomatic and vaccinated.

With the Patriots experiencing a myriad of injuries at the wide receiver position, Bourne’s availability would give the wide receiving group a boost.

Kickoff for Sunday’s game is set for 1:00 PM, in what is a game for playoff and divisional positioning.

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