Thursday Night Football: David Andrews, Dalvin Tomlinson inactive for Patriots-Vikings

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While Patriots center David Andrews was able to practice this week, he will not be available for the final Thanksgiving game against the Vikings.

New England has suspended Andrews with his thigh injury.

Andrews was questionable on the Patriots’ Wednesday injury report. It was somewhat of a surprise that he was even able to train this week after initial injury fears.

But Andrews is one of two offensive linemen for New England on Thursday. The other is Isaiah Wynn, who was ruled out with a foot injury.

On the other hand, defensive lineman Dalvin Tomlinson is inactive after being doubtful with a calf injury. He will miss his fourth game in a row.

Cornerback Akayleb Evans, cornerback Andrew Booth, offensive tackle Christian Darrisaw, offensive lineman Vederian Lowe and edge rusher Luiji Vilain are also inactive for the Vikings.

Safety Joshuah Bledsoe, defensive tackle Sam Roberts, running back Kevin Harris and cornerback Shaun Wade are also inactive for the Patriots.

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