Patriots RBs Rex Burkhead, Mike Gillislee, not expected to play vs. Titans

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ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that Rex Burkhead and Mike Gillislee are not expected to play Saturday.

White, 25, reeled in 56 receptions for 429 yards and three touchdowns to go along with his 171 rushing yards this season. Both Burkhead and Gillislee are out with knee injuries.

The 27-year-old, who rushed for 264 yards and five touchdowns this season, told reporters Thursday that he was "excited" about the prospect of returning against the Titans.

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The game should feature a big game from Dion Lewis and James White. Without his dual-threat ability as a rusher and pass-catcher, the Patriots' offense sputtered at times in December.

Patriots receiver Chris Hogan will also be active. The Patriots will be without running backs Rex Burkhead and Mike Gillislee when they host the Titans in the divisional round.

Burkhead missed the final two games of the regular season, and Gillislee sat out Week 17, in addition to spending most of the second half of the season as a healthy scratch. He's appeared in nine games and rushed for 383 yards.

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