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New England tight end Aaron Hernandez's injured ankle could sideline him for the next six weeks according to ProFootballTalk.Fantasy Spin:The Patriots have a wealth of options at receiver and tight end and are one of the few teams in the league that can survive an injury like this. Don't expect Tom Brady's stats to drop off in Hernandez's absence.
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Aaron Hernandez's ankle might not be broken, but the tight end could end up missing some time, and we could have a better indication of just how long on Monday. Hernandez is scheduled to have an MRI on his right ankle on Monday, according to ESPN.com. As mentioned, it's still unclear how long Hernandez will be sidelined, but the tight end did reportedly leave Gillette Stadium...
New England tight end Aaron Hernandez is expected to miss 4-6 weeks with a low-ankle sprain, according to NFL.com. Hernandez is more likely to return after six weeks than four, a source told NFL.com's Albert Breer, since he also has damage to the high-ankle area.Fantasy Spin:The Patriots may even choose to hold out Hernandez for their Week 8 game against the Rams since they have...
New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez's return to Sunday's game is questionable after he suffered an ankle injury.
Hernandez was hurt with 6:38 left in the first quarter against the Arizona Cardinals while trying to block for Julian Edelman, who had just caught a 6-yard pass from Tom Brady. Hernandez stayed on the ground for several minutes and appeared to be favoring...
Three plays into Sunday's game, Patriots fans witnessed Aaron Hernandez go down with an ankle injury. Then the fans witnessed the Patriots offense go down in flames.
Bill Belichick and Josh McDaniels have their work cut out for them. Their versatile tight end who plays inline, the slot, halfback, wide out and punt returner could miss up to six weeks.
Tom Brady was harassed...
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New England tight end Aaron Hernandez's injured ankle will get an MRI on Monday to confirm the early diagnosis of a high-ankle sprain.Fantasy Spin:The Patriots have a wealth of options at receiver and tight end and are one of the few teams in the league that can survive an injury like this. Tom Brady's numbers don't figure to drop and this should help Wes Welker, Rob...
For those of you who don't like seeing NFL players getting injured, then you should probably run far away from this post.
During yesterday's Cardinals/Patriots game, New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez got his right ankle rolled on by teammate Julian Edelman:
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New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick says he doesn't know how long tight end Aaron Hernandez will be sidelined with a right ankle injury.
Asked Monday if Hernandez broke any bones, Belichick said, ''I don't really have any update on his status. I think they're still looking at him.''
ESPN.com reported that Hernandez would not play Sunday night at...
As the final gun sounded on the Arizona upset in Foxboro, many suicide pool contestants and Aaron Hernandez owners might have considered turning the water pistol on themselves. Today we present the always witty and informative musings from Razzball.com that dives deep into week 2 to divulge all the fantasy ramifications you can handle.
If you were watching the New England Patriots game Sunday you were repeatedly told by FOX announcer Dick Stockton that the only reason New England was out of sync offensively was due to the loss of tight end Aaron Hernandez. From the moment Hernandez went down after Julian Edelman rolled on his ankle while being tackled on an early first quarter pass play the long time play-by-play...
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported on Sportscenter that New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez will undergo an MRI today on his injured ankle. The belief is that he has a high ankle sprain, which would likely sideline him for the next 4-6 weeks.
This is a tough blow for the Patriots, they’ll have to rely more heavily on Rob Gronkowski, Brandon Lloyd and Wes Welker.
Updated September 15, 2012 – Thursday night players removed from Week 2 rankings