New England Patriots quarterback Mac Jones left the field on Sunday after losing to the Baltimore Ravens, it was quite clear he was in pain.
While it was later revealed that he actually had a substantial injury in the form of a severe high ankle sprain.
Since then, people have been wondering if Jones will be available to play against the Green Bay Packers this upcoming Sunday.
So far, the answer is "dubious," although NFL Network's Mike Girardi is reporting that Jones came in for practice on Thursday and was telling teammates he could still play.
The Patriots QB has told several teammates not to count him out of this weekend's game at Green Bay, and is still acting like he has a chance.
According to sources, Mac Jones is at the facility and participating in the game planning. Girardi also pointed out that one of Jones' teammates thinks he should not play on Sunday.
Earlier this week there were reports that Jones was trying to decide whether he should have surgery or try playing.
Obviously, they have made up their mind. But the question is, is the Patriots coaching staff?