Rex Burkhead, Mike Gillislee out for Patriots

Rex Burkhead, Mike Gillislee out for Patriots

Rex Burkhead, Mike Gillislee out for Patriots

The Patriots will play host to the Titans at 8:15 p.m. ET.

The New England Patriots will reportedly not have a couple of their running backs on Saturday when they take on the Tennessee Titans.

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Gillislee practiced in a limited fashion Thursday for the first time since he was injured in Week 16 against the Bills. Both Burkhead and Gillislee are out with knee injuries.

Burkhead, who injured his knee during the December 17 game against the Steelers and hasn't played since, has 518 yards from scrimmage and eight TDs this season. ESPN reports that running back James White, who is fourth on the team with 56 receptions, is expected to play. Branch and Burkhead both missed games down the stretch and seemed optimistic to play, but apparently need more time.

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However, there is some good news for the Patriots. An ankle injury sidelined him the past two games. White also missed the final two games. Burkhead not only rushed for 264 yards and five touchdowns, but he also recorded 254 receiving yards and caught three touchdowns.

Besides Burkhead and Gillislee, two other key New England players are inactive: defensive tackle Alan Branch (knee) and wide receiver Kenny Britt.

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