Patriots-Broncos Week 6 injury report: Key players on both teams questionable to play

Nick Goss
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Patriots-Broncos injury report: Edelman, Lock among players listed questionable originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston

The Patriots and Broncos are still scheduled to play Sunday at 1 p.m. ET despite another reported positive COVID-19 test for New England.

The Patriots reportedly are placing center James Ferentz on the reserve/COVID-19 list. The team also canceled practice Friday. As of this writing, the game has not been rescheduled for a third time.

Both teams released their final Week 6 injury reports Friday afternoon, and there are notable names on both lists.

Four Patriots players are listed as questionable, including wide receiver Julian Edelman and left tackle Isaiah Wynn. 

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The Broncos have already ruled out rookie wide receiver K.J. Hamler and outside linebacker Jeremiah Attaochu. Three key offensive players -- quarterback Drew Lock, running back Melvin Gordon and tight end Noah Fant -- are all listed as questionable.

Lock has missed the Broncos' last two games after leaving their Week 2 matchup early due to a shoulder injury. He was a full participant in practice this week -- an encouraging sign for his availability Sunday afternoon.

Here are the final Week 6 injury reports for the Patriots and Broncos.



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WR Julian Edelman, Knee

LT Isaiah Wynn, Calf

RG Shaq Mason, Calf

DL Adam Butler, Shoulder



WR K.J. Hamler, Hamstring

LB Jeremiah Attaochu, Quad


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QB Drew Lock, Shoulder

RB Melvin Gordon, Not injury related

TE Noah Fant, Ankle

NT Mike Purcell, Knee