Slater (knee) is considered questionable for Sunday's game against the Seahawks.
Slater has primarily been a special teams ace since being drafted by the Patriots in 2008. It is looking like his status for Sunday's game will not be determined until he can test out his knee during pregame warmups.
Slater and the Patriots have agreed on a two-year contract extension, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.
Slater has been with the Patriots since he was drafted in 2008. He is widely considered one of the best special teams players in the league, so this move certainly makes sense for New England.
Slater (hamstring) is officially active for Sunday's game against Dallas.
Slater popped up on the injury report for Friday's practice session, but as evidenced by this news, it was nothing more than a precaution. Now that the 34-year-old is officially healthy, he's expected to be deployed in his usual depth receiver role while operating on special teams.
Slater has a hamstring injury and is questionable for Sunday's game versus Dallas.
Slater didn't appear on the injury report until Friday as a limited practice participant. The 34-year-old's absence would be felt on special teams should he end up inactive.
Slater logged 11 special teams tackles in 2018.
Though listed as a wide receiver, the 33-year-old hasn't caught a pass since the 2011 campaign. Slater earns his keep as a core special teamer, a role he's slated to reprise next season, given that he's signed through 2019.
Slater (illness) is active for Sunday's matchup with the Titans.
Slater was a late addition to the injury report after coming down with an illness over the weekend. He doesn't have a large role on the offense so his illness shouldn't impact the team much, even if he is slightly limited during the game.
Slater is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Titans with an illness.
Slater likely fell ill at some point Saturday or early Sunday, as he wasn't included on New England's injury report throughout the week. The late addition isn't the most encouraging sign for his availability, but the Patriots will see how he progresses in the next few hours before determining his status for the 1 p.m. EST kickoff. Though listed as a receiver on the roster, Slater rarely sees snaps on offense and instead makes his biggest impact on the Patriots' special-teams units.
Slater (undisclosed) isn't expected to play in Thursday's preseason game against the Eagles, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.
Although Slater's is generously labeled as a wide receiver, he's mainly used as a returner and special teams gunner. The 32-year-old is entering his 11th season with the Patriots, but he hasn't hauled in a pass since the 2011 season. He's off the PUP list now, though, so expect him to return to action soon.
Slater (undisclosed) has passed his physical, per NFL Communications, and has been activated from the PUP list, Doug Kyed of NESN.com reports.
Slater should resume his pursuit of a roster spot as a depth wideout and a special teams contributor after a delayed start to camp due to an undisclosed injury. The veteran has just one reception over the course of his extensive career, so it's safe to assume he won't be a viable option in almost all leagues.
Slater was spotted at Thursday's practice in a uniform and pads, suggesting his activation from the PUP list is imminent, Doug Kyed of NESN.com reports.
Slater began camp relegated to the sidelines with an undisclosed injury, but that shouldn't greatly affect his role given that he's been in the same organization his entire career. He hasn't caught a pass since the 2011 campaign, but played 125 snaps on special teams over nine games in 2017 before signing a two-year extension this offseason.
Slater was placed on the Patriots' Physically Unable to Perform list Wednesday due to an undisclosed injury, Field Yates of ESPN reports.
The special teams ace will have a delayed start to his preparations for the 2018 season as he recovers from the injury. Slater signed a two-year extension with the Patriots this offseason and has spent his entire career in New England.
Slater has signed a two-year deal to remain with the Patriots, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.
The 32-year-old rarely contributes on offense, but the 2008 fifth-rounder has been a mainstay on special teams for the Patriots since then, and that's a role Slater will reprise in 2018.
Slater (hamstring) is officially active for Monday night's game against the Dolphins.
Slater returns after a three-week absence from the hamstring injury he sustained against the Broncos in Week 10. The 32-year-old should resume his role as a special teams ace in Monday's contest.
Slater (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Monday's game against the Dolphins, Doug Kyed of NESN.com reports.
Slater was a limited participant in practice this week to earn the questionable designation. The 31-year-old has missed three consecutive games but will hope to return to his role as special teams ace for the Patriots against the Dolphins.
Slater (hamstring) was a limited participant during Thursday's practice.
Slater has kicked off Week 14 preparations with a pair of limited practices, but he may need to put in a full session Friday in order to avoid an injury tag heading into Monday's game against the Dolphins. If active Monday, Slater, who has missed the team's last three contests, would see the majority of his snaps on special teams.
Slater (hamstring) is inactive for Sunday's tilt against Miami.
Slater was limited in practice for the second week in a row and will miss his third straight contest. Slater's absence shouldn't have much impact on the offense.
Slater (hamstring) is inactive for Sunday's matchup with the Dolphins.
Slater was limited in practice throughout the week and was considered a toss up heading into Sunday. His absence shouldn't impact the offense greatly, as Slater plays mainly special teams.
The Patriots have deemed Slater (hamstring) as questionable for their matchup versus the Dolphins on Sunday.
Slater was limited in practice all week and is trending toward a true game-time decision Sunday. The veteran missed last week's game versus the Raiders. His presence is mainly felt on special teams, so the Patriots' offense is not expected to be affected should he remain sidelined.
Slater (hamstring) was ruled out for Sunday's game against the Raiders.
Slater was unable to practice this week after sustaining the hamstring injury in the Patriots' Week 10 win over the Broncos. The 32-year-old is a valued presence on special teams, but with just one NFL reception to his name over 137 career regular-season contests, his absence won't mean much for fantasy purposes.
Slater (hamstring) isn't expected to play Sunday against the Raiders, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.
Slater sustained the hamstring injury in the Week 10 win over the Broncos in Denver, and rather than remain in Colorado Springs to train with the team, he elected to return to New England to rehab the injury. According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, a source described Slater's injury as "serious," suggesting that the Patriots' special teams ace could be sidelined for additional time beyond Sunday. With just eight offensive snaps on the season, Slater's expected absence won't have an impact on the Patriots' passing attack, but his presence would be missed on the team's kick-coverage units.
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