Sport Patriots Place Josh Gordon on IR

00:20  24 october  2019
00:20  24 october  2019 Source:   thebiglead.com

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People around the NFL were a bit puzzled when the Patriots traded for Mohamed Sanu just one day after they crushed the Jets on Monday Night Football by the score of 33-0. On Wednesday, the reasoning became much clearer. The Patriots have placed wideout Josh Gordon on the Injured Reserve, and his season is likely over.

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Gordon had been battling a variety of ailments throughout the early part of the season. While there's no way to know for sure, it seems the Giants game from a few weeks ago proved the catalyst; Gordon's knee was bent awkwardly while he tried to make a tackle during a fumble return, and he didn't play a down after that, from the second half of the Giants matchup through the end of MNF against the Jets.

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A tough blow for the Patriots offense, and Sanu's importance only increases.

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