Three Patriots To Watch After Reported Cole Strange Injury Timeline

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The New England Patriots’ offensive line did not feel like it was in a great spot even with the potential return of Cole Strange. But given the latest report on Strange’s injury timeline, it’s fair to think New England is in a worse place than it was prior.

Strange, who suffered a significant knee injury and was placed on season-ending injured reserve in mid-December, could miss the start of the 2024 campaign, according to NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport. Rapoport’s report surfaced one day after Patriots’ first-year head coach Jerod Mayo deemed Strange “month-to-month.”

It means New England will need to find a new starter at left guard, while also trying to fill its pivotal void at left tackle. A surprising first-round pick 2022, Strange started all 27 games he played in during his first two seasons.

Who might be fill the role?

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During the latest episode of NESN’s “Foxboro Rush” podcast, co-hosts George Balekji and Travis Thomas welcomed NESN.com’s Sean T. McGuire and the three discussed who could take over.

Sidy Sow, who worked as the starting left guard during Day 1 of OTAs, is among those in the mix. And so is fourth-round pick Layden Robinson, who was practicing with the second unit during the open-to-media practice.

You can check out the segment in the “Foxboro Rush” YouTube video embedded above.

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