Patriots' Gordon ruled out vs. Jets due to ankle, knee injuries
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New England Patriots wide receiver Josh Gordon has been ruled out of Monday's divisional clash with the New York Jets due to ankle and knee injuries.

Though Gordon will be sidelined, the Patriots have a chance to get Phillip Dorsett back after listing the wideout as questionable. Dorsett has missed the last two games due to a hamstring injury.

If Dorsett is unable to play, New England will likely start rookie Jakobi Meyers alongside leading receiver Julian Edelman.

The Patriots will also be without tight ends Ryan Izzo and Matt LaCosse, who were ruled out with a concussion and a knee injury, respectively.

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