Malcom Brown is on pace to play in Mexico City.
The New England Patriots defensive tackle returned to practice on Wednesday, per Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald.
Brown hasn’t practiced since injuring his ankle in Week 7’s win against the Atlanta Falcons. New England’s starting defensive tackle has 24 tackles and 1 sack this season.
On the offensive side, right tackle Marcus Cannon and wide receiver Chris Hogan didn’t practice. Cannon has an ankle injury and Hogan is bothered by a shoulder ailment. Both of them will probably be inactive in Week 11.
The Patriots stayed in Colorado after their Week 10 win over the Denver Broncos in an effort to get adjusted to high altitude. New England is conducting practice at Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs to prepare for Sunday’s game against the Oakland Raiders in Mexico City. Colorado Springs is located 7,258 feet above sea level, just shy of Mexico City at 7,382.