Patriots center David Andrews was reportedly hospitalized with blood clots in his lungs.
Patriots center David Andrews was hospitalized with blood clots in his lungs, reports The Athletic's Jeff Howe. The Boston Globe's Jim McBride reported later Monday that Andrews was released from the hospital.
According to Howe, Andrews' season is in jeopardy as a result, and it's likely he'll miss a significant amount of time.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport confirmed Andrews has had one blot clot, calling it a very scary situation.
Andrews has started 57 games in his four-year career after signing with New England in 2015. He's been a Patriots captain since 2017.
The team will likely turn to Ted Karras at center with Andrews out.
The Patriots open their season at home on Sept. 8 against the Steelers.