Patriots left tackle Isaiah Wynn was extremely durable in his four seasons at the University of Georgia.

The 2018 first-round pick only missed one game playing for the Bulldogs, starting in 40 of 41 contests after his freshman season, including the 2017 National Championship Game.

However, Wynn quickly ran into injury issues once he arrived in New England, beginning with a torn Achilles in his rookie preseason and then turf toe in his sophomore campaign. The Pats left tackle only appeared in nine games in his first two seasons, with two stints on injured reserve.

Wynn has yet to allow a quarterback pressure in pass protection on 72 pass-blocking snaps through two games as the only tackle with a clean sheet in the league (min. 50% of snaps).

“I would say this offseason,” was Wynn’s answer to a question about when he felt fully healthy after two seasons of injuries. “You know, like I said before, I just got a chance to focus on building up my strength and building up the places that I may have had injuries and just continue to build off that, so definitely this offseason.”

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