New England Patriots WR Jacoby Meyers is questionable against Lamar Jackson against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday due to a knee injury.
Meyers did not participate in the team’s practice Wednesday, instead spending the day getting his injured knee examined. However, tests have not shown anything significant and there is a chance he will be fit to play this weekend.
#Patriots WR Jakobi Meyers spent today doing an examination on me and his knee @MikeGiardi. He was practically a DNP. Tests showed nothing significant and his condition will be determined later in the week.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September 21, 2022
The 25-year-old is one of 11 wide receivers in the NFL with a 28%+ target share and 2.00+ yards per pass attempt as a team, along with the likes of Cooper Kupp, Stefon Diggs, Tyreke Hill and Ja’Mar Chase.
Meyers has impressed so far in the opening regular season games and has proven to be the team’s best wide receiver behind Nelson Agholor.
QB Mack Jones has a great relationship with Meyers, and the pair are often on the same wavelength when they take the field, and he has the fifth-most receptions among Patriots players in 47 career games.
Last year, Jacoby Meyers had a 24.4% target share, 20th-highest among all WRs.
In his 2 games this year, he is pulling 29.7% of the team’s targets.
Another year, another great price.pic.twitter.com/ommMawED5W
— Dave Kluge (@DaveKluge) September 19, 2022
New England plays its first regular season opener this Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens, who, like the Patriots, have also lost to the impressive Dolphins in recent weeks.
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