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The Boston Globe is reporting that injured Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez should be healthy enough to play Thursday against the Jets. Hernandez has been inactive the past three games while recovering from a sprained ankle.Fantasy Spin:Rob Gronkowski's forearm injury has breathed new life into what has been a disappointing season for Hernandez. With Gronk on the shelf, Hernandez should be one of New England's top receiving options Thanksgiving night in the Meadowlands.
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According to Albert Breer of the NFL Network, New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez is still set to play on Thursday night against the Jets, barring any setbacks.
Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez will play Thursday, barring any late setbacks, and despite being limited today. Been out since mid-October.
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) November 21, 2012
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As long as he doesn't suffer any setbacks, New England tight end Aaron Hernandez will be in the starting lineup Thursday against the Jets. Hernandez has missed the Patriots' past three games with an injured ankle. SOURCE: Albert Breer, NFL Network.Fantasy Spin:He's been practicing all week and appears to be at or near full speed. Hernandez caught five passes for 54 yards...
New England tight end Aaron Hernandez has officially been ruled out for Sunday's game against Indianapolis. He's still recovering from a sprained ankle.Fantasy Spin:Hernandez is taking an awfully long time to recover and at this point, it's safe for fantasy owners to abandon him. Rob Gronkowski remains the only startable Patriots tight end for fantasy purposes.
There may not be any Gronk spikes for the foreseeable future.
Citing a source, Tom Curran of Comcast SportsNet New England reports that Rob Gronkowski suffered a broken forearm in Sunday's 59-24 thrashing of the Colts.
The All-Pro tight end, who recorded seven catches for 137 yards and two touchdowns, exited late in the fourth quarter to undergo X-rays, and didn't meet...
The yin and yang of the Patriots’ season continues. While the team will be without Rob Gronkowski on Thursday, there’s good news surrounding New England’s other starting tight end.
Aaron Hernandez will return from his ailing right ankle injury in the Patriots’ Thanksgiving matchup against the Jets, according to Albert Breer from NFL.com. Hernandez first hurt his ankle in...
Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez will play Thursday, barring any late setbacks, and despite being limited today. Been out since mid-October.— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) November 21, 2012Bert Breer has been dead on so far with Hernandez, so i'm going to take his word on this one.Let's just hope they aren't rushing him out there just because of the Gronk injury. I'd rather...
Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez mentioned that he fully expects to carry the extra load for the Patriots offense in wake of teammate Rob Gronkowski‘s broken forearm.
“The way this program is, the way [coach] Bill [Belichick] makes us become the players that we become is we all have confidence and we all know we have to come to play every game regardless,” Hernandez said, via...
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New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez has missed the team's last few games with a foot injury, but he may be back for Thanksgiving against the Jets.
This is the last of the bye weeks. It’s all up to health and strategy from here on out to get you to a fantasy football championship. Here are some...
Welcome to another installment of Down and Distance’s Top 5 Fantasy TE’s. We’re heading into week 12 and it’s nitty gritty time, time to roll into your Fantasy Football Playoffs! Did pretty good last week with the exception of Gronkowski getting hurt, he did produce though but we won’t be including him until his return (Obviously). Another mistake was not including Vernon...
Week 11 of the 2012 NFL season kicked off Thursday night with the Buffalo Bills running over the Miami Dolphins. But the biggest injury report question marks all surround the games on Sunday and Monday, with many key players being listed as either questionable or doubtful or even out for this weekend’s games. Some of those names include Julio Jones, Wes Welker, Aaron Hernandez...
After enduring most of the first half of the season without tight end Aaron Hernandez, the Patriots lost the other half of the Boston TE Party for the forseeable future in their 59-24 blowout win over Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts.
Rob Gronkowski torched the Colts for seven receptions for 137 yards and a pair of touchdowns, but broke his forearm on the team's final...
I can’t replace Gronk, but I’m money Juan…
Jimmy Graham (NO vs SF)
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Vernon Davis (SF at NO)
Aaron Hernandez (NE at NYJ)