Mac Jones had an ankle injury against the Baltimore Ravens.

The New England Patriots can breathe a little easier after quarterback Mac Jones returned to practise for the first time since his injury.

It looks quiet possible that Mac Jones will play in Week 4 against the Green Bay Packers.

A "severe" high ankle sprain typically keeps players out for up to six weeks.

In case, if Mac Jones will not be completely fit then a backup quarterback Brian Hoyer will play.

The Patriots selected Jones in the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft.

Jones led the team to a playoff berth in his rookie season and was named to the Pro Bowl.

Hoyer became an undrafted free agent in the NFL in 2009.

Hoyer has appeared in eight different games for eight different teams, which ranks second in league history (behind only Ryan Fitzpatrick).

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