Stevenson (ankle), as stated in the Patriots’ official injury report, missed practice on Wednesday. Stevenson left the game against Arizona in the first half of Week 14 for New England, so a DNP to start the week isn’t the best indication of his likely availability this Sunday.
Meyers was seen entering the weight room at Arizona’s facilities on Thursday, but he wasn’t warming up with his teammates the day before. Meyers was listed as a limited participant on Wednesday. Parker and Stevenson, who might have left the widest gap, were not observed.
Despite running well against the Cardinals after Stevenson was injured, Kevin Harris and Pierre Strong only had 18 NFL carries to their names.
Although Damien Harris (thigh) is labeled as limited, he doesn’t appear far from full recovery.
Conor McDermott or Yodny Cajuste may start opposite Trent Brown this weekend because Isaiah Wynn (foot) was absent once more, and it has been almost a month since he got hurt.
Jack Jones’s (knee) shot from the defensive end of the ball was also off-target this time.
Losing Jones would be a serious blow to the Patriot’s secondary, given that Davante Adams leads Las Vegas’ pass-catching group and that Darren Waller and Hunter Renfroe are also eligible to return this week. He has done a fantastic job covering this season.
Six days stood between a Sunday evening game in Las Vegas and a Monday night game in Glendale, so Bill Belichick decided to keep his team in Tucson for the week.
The Patriots, who were playing at the University of Arizona, used the Wildcats’ practice field on Wednesday before transferring to the actual game field on Thursday.
Regarding the upcoming week in Arizona, Belichick remarked, “I believe it’s a wonderful opportunity. “It may be beneficial. If the conditions aren’t right, it can also not be good. But there’s no doubt that it’s a fantastic opportunity.
It’s a fantastic chance. The setting and facilities are undoubtedly excellent. We should make the most of it as we are all anticipating it.