What does Patriots' wide receiver depth chart look like for game vs. Bills?


The Patriots' wide receivers room wasn't all that great to begin with, and now it's even worse heading into Sunday's game in Buffalo likely without its two best players.

Julian Edelman missed practice Thursday and is reportedly expected to miss a period of time following having a knee procedure Thursday, and then N'Keal Harry missed his second straight practice with a concussion, so it seems unlikely he will be cleared in time for the game.

So, who do the Patriots have at wide receiver?

Here's what the depth chart looks like: Damiere Byrd, Gunner Olszewski, Jakobi Meyers, Isaiah Zuber (practice squad), Mason Kinsey (PS) and Kristian Wilkerson (PS). It's also worth mentioning special teamer Matthew Slater has some experience at the spot.

It's likely one or two of the practice squad players are signed to the 53-man roster, or at least elevated, for the game with Zuber having the highest chance, as he's been active for several games this season.

The Patriots will go into the game with just 25 catches on the year from its active receivers.