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Patriots expect to get Michael Onwenu back from COVID-19 list today

6 days ago   |   By NBC Sports

The Patriots played with a severely depleted offensive line last week, but this week they're getting healthier. Patriots left guard Michael Onwenu, who missed last week while he was on the COVID-19 reserve list, is expected to be back at practice today, according to Field Yates of ESPN. That's good news for the Patriots, who
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