MEXICO CITY — The New England Patriots said Friday that right tackle Marcus Cannon and center David Andrews will be sidelined Sunday for a game against the Oakland Raiders at Azteca Stadium.

Cannon, who had an ankle injury and also missed last Sunday’s game at Denver, and Andrews, who has an illness, represent 40 percent of the offensive line. LaAdrian Waddle is expected to replace Cannon and Ted Karras should take over for Andrews.

Also, wide receivers Chris Hogan (shoulder) and Matthew Slater (hamstring) were ruled out after not practicing all week.

Listed on the team’s injury report as questionable were wide receiver Danny Amendola (knee), tight end Martellus Bennett (shoulder/hamstring), defensive tackle Malcom Brown (ankle), defensive end Cassius Marsh (shoulder) and cornerback Eric Rowe (groin).

CHIEFS: Pass rushers Tamba Hali and Dee Ford were ruled out Sunday against the New York Giants, and defensive lineman Allen Bailey also was ruled out, all with injuries.

Wide receiver Albert Wilson also was ruled out for the third straight game because a bad hamstring.

BUCCANEERS: The NFL is investigating an allegation that Tampa Bay quarterback Jameis Winston groped a female Uber driver in 2016. Winston denied the allegation on his social media accounts.

The driver said the incident was from a 2 a.m. ride in Scottsdale, Arizona, on March 13, 2016.

SEAHAWKS: Quarterback Russell Wilson said he had to wear a specialized mouthpiece in the days after a 22-16 win over Arizona on Nov. 10 to put his jaw back in proper alignment. Wilson said he underwent X-rays and there was no fracture, but a hit from Karlos Dansby required Wilson to limit the amount of speaking and eating he could do.

CHARGERS: Quarterback Philip Rivers is listed as questionable for the game Sunday against Buffalo because of to a concussion.

COWBOYS: Linebacker Sean Lee was ruled out of Sunday’s game against Philadelphia because of a hamstring injury.

JAGUARS: Jacksonville could be without running back Leonard Fournette, who has an ankle injury, Sunday at Cleveland.

CARDINALS: Quarterback Blaine Gabbert will get his first start Sunday for Arizona when it plays at Houston.

Receiver Larry Fitzgerald signed a contract to return to Arizona for a 15th season, if he decides to play at all.

DOLPHINS: Receiver Kenny Stills is questionable for Sunday’s game against Tampa Bay because of a back injury that forced him to leave practice this week.