Found October 09, 2011 on
Last December, the Patriots beat the Jets 45-3 in one of the most lopsided football games you'll ever see. Just six weeks later, those same Patriots lost to those same Jets in the playoffs in a game the Jets, for the most part, controlled. The reasons were many, but none were bigger than the lack of presence of Aaron Hernandez. The then-rookie was a major factor in both of the Patriots' regular-season games against the Jets. He caught six passes for 101 yards in the late September matchup, and he had three catches for 51 yards and a touchdown in...
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After missing two games with a sprained MCL, Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez came back in last night’s win over the Jets. He looked hobbled, wore a knee brace, and still contributed five catches for 56 yards. There was also the matter of the botched play on the goal line that turned into an interception. Want to see him talk about it? Check out my video:
Aaron Hernandez and Albert Haynesworth have beem made active for the Patriots against the Jets. Surprisingly, safety Josh Barrett is among those who will be inactive today. He had been listed as questionable with thumb and hamstring problems. Julian...
FOXBORO - After a knee injury knocked him out of the previous two games, tight end Aaron Hernandez put in the work...
FOXBORO, Mass. -- Linebacker Jerod Mayo has been officially listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against the Jets after injuring his knee against the Raiders and missing all three practices this week. Wide receiver Julian Edelman (ankle), tackle Sebastian Vollmer (back) and running back Danny Woodhead (ankle) are also doubtful after not practicing this week. Safety Josh Barrett...
The Patriots will have tight Aaron Hernandez and defensive lineman Albert Haynesworth for their game against the rival Jets.
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Center Nick Mangold of the New York Jets and tight end Aaron Hernandez were active Sunday after missing two games with injuries.