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New England Patriots Announce Injury Update For OT Isaiah Wynn

A general view of Gillette Stadium during a Patriots game.

FOXBORO, MA - JANUARY 22: A general view as fireworks are set off prior to the AFC Championship Game between the New England Patriots and the Pittsburgh Steelers at Gillette Stadium on January 22, 2017 in Foxboro, Massachusetts. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

The New England Patriots dominated the Miami Dolphins this weekend, walking out of Miami with a 43-0 win and a 2-0 record.

Through two games this season, the Patriots have outscored their opponents 76-3 - after taking down the Pittsburgh Steelers 33-3 in the season-opener.

Despite the success New England has enjoyed in the first two weeks, the latest win came with a cost. Former first-round pick Isaiah Wynn left the game against Miami with a foot injury.

The Patriots ruled him out for the rest of the game almost immediately. But that was just the start of the bad news.

According to NFL insider Field Yates, the Patriots placed Wynn on Injured Reserve with the foot injury.

Wynn was New England's first round draft pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, but missed his entire rookie season with a torn Achilles.

The former Georgia star took over for Trent Brown as the Patriots starting left tackle this season. Unfortunately, he'll miss a significant portion of the season.

New England has dealt with a rash of injuries to its offensive line this season. The Patriots traded for two offensive lineman before Week 1 against the Steelers and have signed several others in the wake of recent injury news.

Despite the injuries, New England sits at 2-0 on the season and looks primed for another Super Bowl run.