FOXB OUG, MASS. – When the New England Patriots return to practice on Thursday, quarterback Kim Newton is expected to rejoin the team, a source told ESPN’s Field Yates.
Denver will put Newton on track to start Sunday against the Broncos (CBS, 1pm ET) and return from the reserve / covid-19 list, which was put to the test on October 3 after a positive test.
The patriotic players returned to the facility on Wednesday after a three-day holiday, although they were not together as a whole group. Instead, his arrival stagnated as he focused on the work of meditation and power. Newton was present at the facility, according to a source.
The team used its indoor practice facility as part of a space effort to use the satellite locker room.
Cornbach Stefan Gilmore, defensive tackle starting by Byron Cartwart and practice-squad defensive tackle Bill Murray are other players who have been put on the COVID-19 list by the Patriots.
In Newton’s absence, the Patriots Oct Oct. Veteran Brian Hoyer made a 26-10 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs on the 5th. The team was scheduled to face the Broncos last Monday, but after a positive test on October 9, the game was postponed to Sunday.