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Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez (ankle) traveled with the team to Seattle despite missing practice Friday, according to Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald.Fantasy Spin:Hernandez has missed three games with a sprained ankle, and while he's still not guaranteed to play Sunday it's a good sign that he's with the team. The tight end didn't travel with New England to Baltimore or Buffalo because he had been ruled out. Hernandez is still likely to be a game-time decision and even if he plays he will be on a limited snap count.
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