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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.
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