New England Patriots fans can breathe a sigh of a relief when it comes to one of Tom Brady’s offensive weapons.
Per Mike Reiss, wide receiver Phillip Dorsett II. told reporters that he is indeed fine and that he, ‘Felt good’ about his chances to play Monday.
Patriots WR Phillip Dorsett, who missed the team’s Week 6 win with a hamstring injury, said late this week that he felt good about his chances to play Monday night vs. the Jets. Dorsett is officially questionable but believed he was trending in right direction.
— Mike Reiss (@MikeReiss) October 20, 2019
Since the departure of Antonio Brown, Dorsett has been the team’s speed receiver primarily inside the numbers.
Dorsett also leads the team in receiving touchdowns with three and will more than likely be a focal point in the offense come Monday night as Josh Gordon has been ruled inactive with knee and ankle injuries.
The Patriots play the New York Jets tomorrow at 8:15 p.m.