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Patriots vs. Jets Thursday injury report: Sidy Sow joins Marcus Jones as a non-participant

The second injury report ahead of Sunday’s matinee at MetLife Stadium.

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The list of sidelined New England Patriots remained at two as New York Jets prep continued.

But while defensive tackle Davon Godchaux returned in full, rookie guard Sidy Sow joined cornerback Marcus Jones as a non-participant for the active roster on Thursday. The Eastern Michigan product, who remained in the NFL’s concussion protocol last week, had stayed in for all 80 offensive snaps in the season opener. He was limited the practice prior.

Here’s the second injury report heading into Sunday’s 1 p.m. ET kickoff at MetLife Stadium.



  • G Sidy Sow (concussion)
  • CB Marcus Jones (shoulder)


  • OT Duane Brown (shoulder, hip)
  • S Tony Adams (hamstring)

While Sow missed Week 2 against the Miami Dolphins, Marcus Jones started in the secondary. He exited due to a shoulder injury after playing 20 snaps and was downgraded to out. The reigning first-team All-Pro returner has now missed consecutive sessions for New England. As for New York’s side of the injury report, the absences trimmed in half on Thursday as a pair of Jets were upgraded to limited.



  • WR DeVante Parker (knee)
  • OT Trent Brown (concussion)
  • G Cole Strange (knee)
  • G Mike Onwenu (ankle)
  • DT Christian Barmore (knee)
  • CB Jonathan Jones (ankle)


  • RB Breece Hall (knee)
  • OT Mekhi Becton (knee)
  • DE John Franklin-Myers (hip)
  • LB Quincy Williams (knee)
  • CB Michael Carter II (elbow)
  • K Greg Zuerlein (groin)

Dealing with an ankle injury, corner Jonathan Jones went from questionable to inactive 90 minutes prior to kickoff last Sunday night at Gillette Stadium. The same went for Brown at left tackle while working back from a concussion. Both starters have now been participating in a limited capacity for back-to-back Patriots practices. The same is true for Barmore, whose name was added to the injury report with a knee issue on Wednesday. The No. 38 overall pick in the 2021 NFL draft has been credited by Pro Football Focus for four quarterback hurries through his September starts on the defensive line.