New England Patriots wide receiver Chris Hogan traveled with the team to Miami for Monday’s game against the Dolphins and is expected to return to action, according to Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald.
Hogan missed the last four games due to a shoulder injury and was limited during practice this past week.
The wide receiver would provide a much-needed addition to the Patriots’ offense, which will be without starting tight end Rob Gronkowski, who is serving a one-game suspension for a dirty hit on Bills cornerback Tre’Davious White last week.
Three other players — defensive end Trey Flowers (rib), special-teamer Brandon King (hamstring) and running back Mike Gillislee (illness) did not make the trip with the team and are included on this week’s injury report.
Hogan enters Monday’s game with 33 receptions for 438 yards, which ranked third on the team prior to his Week Eight injury, as well as being tied for a team best five touchdowns.