Isaiah Wynn hasn’t lived up to expectations since the New England Patriots drafted him in the first round in 2018, and the offensive lineman may feel his time with the team is coming to an end.
Wynn has struggled a lot in his six starts this season, especially in pass protection. There have been rumors that Bill Belichick could make the former Georgia star available before the November 1 trade deadline. Wynn may have given a sign this week that he would welcome a change of scenery when he erased all references to the Patriots from his social media profiles.
Isaiah Wynn has removed all Patriots images/mentions from his Instagram bio.
— Savage (@SavageSports_) October 20, 2022
Wynn didn’t play well in the Patriots’ 38-15 win over the Cleveland Browns last week. His poor performance would have been much more evident if not for the lopsided victory. According to Pro Football Focus, Wynn was by far the worst in pass protection among the 10 Patriots linemen who played in the game.
Pass-blocking @PFF ratings for the Patriots. Another great game for Mike Onwenu.
Isaiah Wynn… pic.twitter.com/Jv5BGdmq4G
— Dakota Randall (@DakRandallNESN) October 17, 2022
When a player cleans up their social media profiles, it almost always indicates that they are unhappy with the team about something. We saw that when a star quarterback made the same move in the offseason.
It’s unclear what trade value Wynn has even at this point, but it wouldn’t be a surprise if the Patriots part ways with him.