Patriots tackle Yodny Cajuste "healthy and good to go"
According to ESPN's Mike Reiss, Patriots' sophomore offensive tackle Yodny Cajuste has recovered from the surgery that sidelined him in 2019 and is ready for the 2020 season.
Cajuste's major red flag coming into the NFL was health, and a quad injury that required surgery caused him to spend the entire year on the injured reserve. Now reportedly healthy, Cajuste figures to fill swing tackle duties behind Isaiah Wynn and Marcus Cannon.
Cajuste graded out as one of the top pass-blocking prospects in the 2019 offensive tackle class, but health issues caused his fall to the 101st pick of the draft. The Patriots offensive line could be one of the few bright spots on the team's offense in 2020, especially with the hopeful return of center David Andrews.
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