Patriots rule out potential trade deadline candidate vs. Dolphins

The Patriots ruled out two players ahead of Sunday’s Week 8 matchup with the Dolphins.

Outside linebacker Josh Uche (ankle/toe) and offensive lineman Vederian Lowe (ankle) were both downgraded from questionable to out before the Patriots traveled to South Florida.

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Uche and Lowe join Calvin Anderson on the early inactive list.

Uche, who’s in a contract year, also missed last week’s game due to injury. He’s been a popular trade candidate ahead of Tuesday’s deadline. Sources believe he could net the Patriots a late Day 2 or early Day 3 pick in the draft.

One team source did not doubt the validity of Uche’s injury.

Defensive tackle Christian Barmore (knee), offensive tackle Trent Brown (ankle/knee), cornerback Jonathan Jones (knee), cornerback Shaun Wade (shoulder), defensive end Keion White (concussion) and defensive end Deatrich Wise (shoulder) were also listed as questionable but seemingly made the trip to Miami.

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