Patriots’ QB Mac Jones has what doctors diagnosed as a severe high ankle sprain that would cause many to have surgery, per sources. He is likely to miss multiple games. Jones and the Patriots still are discussing his options and the best way to proceed.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 26, 2022
Adam Schefter is reporting Mac Jones will likely miss multiple weeks due to a high ankle sprain from Sunday’s matchup with the Baltimore Ravens. Brian Hoyer will be the starting quarterback against the Packers if Jones cannot play. Hoyer has played for eight teams since breaking into the league undrafted in 2009. Hoyer has had three stints with the Patriots and is the most traveled quarterback in the NFL. Mac Jones declined to answer questions about the injury in a press conference Sunday night. He advised he was day-to-day and that Bill Belichick would answer all injury questions. Hoyer has a career record of 0-1 against the Packers.
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