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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 Gronkowski and Brandon Lloyd. It could even make Julian Edelman a low-end fantasy option.
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Aaron Hernandez reportedly suffered a high ankle sprain, which could force him to miss a significant amount of time and present a huge obstacle for the Patriots offense.
When Aaron Hernandez rolled to the turf in the first quarter of the Patriots' loss to the Cardinals on Sunday afternoon, most people watching knew he wouldn't be hopping up and walking this one off. But ever since Hernandez first hurt his right ankle, the news has gotten better. An X-ray on Sunday revealed that the ankle was not broken. On Monday, the possibility of the valuable...
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...
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.
New England tight end Aaron Hernandez injured his right ankle midway through the first quarter when teammate Julian Edelman fell on him.Fantasy Spin:Hernandez had to be carried to the locker room. He caught six balls for 59 yards last week. In 2011 he had 79 receptions for 910 yards and seven touchdowns. More to follow.
Just when fans had accepted defeat, the Patriots reeled us back in for heart break. But where did it all go wrong? There were key moments in the Patriots loss to the Cardinals that fans will be able to point to for days, weeks and months to come. One area that will likely evade blame will be the defense, which was impressive for a second week in a row, especially against the Cardinals...
Kellen Winslow's physical with the Patriots a couple of weeks ago appears to be much more than a formality. New England could be on the verge of adding the free-agent tight end now that Aaron Hernandez is sidelined. ESPN.com's James Walker reports that Winslow has inked a one-year deal with the Patriots. Other reports have surfaced stating that a deal is not done yet, but...
With Aaron Hernandez set to miss up to a month after suffering an injury this past Sunday, the New England Patriots went out and signed former Pro Bowl tight end, Kellen Winslow Jr. New England brought Winslow in for a tryout a few weeks ago, but things didn't escalate further after Winslow supposedly failed a physical. Winslow has had a rocky career since being drafted...
The New England Patriots lost for the first time in 11 home openers at Gillette Stadium. They may have also lost one of their most dynamic and dangerous offensive weapons for a while.
Tight end Aaron Hernandez injured his right ankle midway through the first quarter of New England's 20-18 loss to the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday and did not return.
He left the stadium after...
Updated September 15, 2012 – Thursday night players removed from Week 2 rankings
Russell Baxter (@BaxFootballGuru) from Pro Fotoball Guru will join us to help talk Patriots fans off the Tobin Bridge and break down the rest of the results form Week 3 of the NFL. We’ll tackle the concerns surrounding the injury to Aaron Hernandez and how it will effect the Patriots moving forward. Also, Bobby Valentine just can’t [...]