Patriots injury report: Brandon Lloyd, Brandon Bolden leave Seahawks game

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Brandon Lloyd and Brandon Bolden both had to leave the Patriots' Week 6 game against the Seattle Seahawks and are both considered questionable for next week's matchup against the New York Jets.

Brandon Lloyd left Sunday's game against the Seattle Seahawks with an undisclosed injury, and as such his status going forward for the New England Patriots is uncertain.

The veteran wide receiver is officially questionable for next week's game against the New York Jets, but it's unclear why he left Sunday's matchup in the first place. Safety Patrick Chung and special teams player Matthew Slater also left the game, Chung with a shoulder injury and Slater with a limp due to another undisclosed injury. Chung is expected to be good to go while Slater's status is uncertain.

Running back Brandon Bolden had six carries for 28 yards before he aggravated a leg injury in the matchup, and is also questionable for next week's matchup. Dont'a Hightower and Julian Edelman both missed the Week 6 game and could continue to miss time as both have been limited in practice - they are both considered to be questionable going forward as well.

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