The Patriots offense has a pair of players currently working their way back to the fold in N'Keal Harry and Isaiah Wynn. Both are back on the practice field after spending several weeks on injured reserve.
Harry is eligible to be activated for Sunday's game in Baltimore, and he would add a big body to the receiving corps if that's the case.
The Boston Globe says Harry is revved up to play in his first NFL regular season game. The Providence Journal writes that Mohamed Sanu is trying to help the rookie any way he can. NBC Sports Boston believes the geometry of the Patriots offense changes with Harry. The Boston Sports Journal tries to answer some questions related to the Patriots offense as well.
The focus for the Patriots defense will be on dynamic quarterback Lamar Jackson. Despite that, the Boston Herald says the smart money is on Bill Belichick on Sunday, not Jackson. He's not the only Belichick doing well according to the Herald. Safeties coach Steve Belichick is also getting the job done.
The Boston Herald believes that John Simon has emerged as one of the defense’s most dependable players. NBC Sports Boston wonders if the Patriots defense can break the 2000 Ravens record for points allowed in a season. NESN.com wonders why Jamie Collins isn't getting more pass rushing opportunities despite the fact that he’s leading the team in sacks.
The Athletic wonders why players seem to perform better when they get to New England.
Tom Brady was removed from the injury report Thursday after appearing on Wednesday with a right shoulder injury.
Stephon Gilmore took home AFC Player of the Month honors, joining teammates Devin McCourty, who earned the honor in September.
The Patriots officially released Josh Gordon off injured reserve.
The Athletic looks back a memorable game in Baltimore in 2007 that altered the landscape for the Ravens.