Turns out, Mohamed Sanu’s status is more up in the air than previously thought.
Contrary to reports that came out that he was likely out, Sanu’s ankle felt better yesterday and there is in fact a chance he plays against the Dallas Cowboys.
Patriots’ WR Mohamed Sanu, listed as questionable with an ankle injury, felt much better Saturday and wants to see how he feels Today before making any decisions about whether he can play against Cowboys, per source. Despite early week pessimism, it sounds like there is a chance.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 24, 2019
The New England Patriots wide receiver suffered a high-ankle sprain in last week’s matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles on a punt return. One would assume that he will not be taking punt returns if he were to see the field.
Sanu’s edition to the lineup is sorely needed as Phillip Dorsett II. has yet to be cleared to play after he suffered a concussion in the previous game.
The Rutgers alum will more than likely be a game-time decision today when the Patriots take on the Cowboys at 4:25 p.m.