The hits to the New England Patriots offensive line keep coming.
On Tuesday Left Tackle Isaiah Wynn was placed on injured reserve with a turf toe injury.
According to reports, Wynn will miss a minimum of eight weeks.
Wynn joins Marcus Cannon (shoulder) and David Andrews (blood clots) as linemen unavailable for the Patriots.
Both Wynn and Cannon are eligible to return this season while Andrews is out for the year.
On Wednesday, Wynn tweeted an uplifting message for fans.
On Thursday, offensive line coach Dante Scarnecchia told reporters Marshall Newhouse will start at left tackle in place of Wynn.
Should Cannon remain unavailable Sunday, the Patriots will start three backups in in Newhouse, Korey Cunnigham, and center Ted Karras.
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Tags: Dante Scarnecchia David Andrews Isaiah Wynn Korey Cunningham Marcus Cannon Marshall Newhouse Ted Karras