Found October 03, 2013 on Patriots Life:
Initial diagnosis of WR Danny Amendola's injury had the Patriots holding their breaths and fans grunting and mumbling 'I knew it'. The injury in Week 1 has kept Tom Brady's new go-to-guy on the sideline ever since, but with new positive vibes regarding the injury and recovery, signs are pointing to Amendola returning to play for this week's game against the Cincinnati Bengals. Amendola himself thinks he's very close: Howar Ulman (Associated Press) ''It's improving, getting strength where you need it, being able to move the way you want to move on the field,'' he said. ''With each practice, I know more.'' Game situations are obviously different from practice scenarios, so Amendola and the team really do not know the level of his recovery from the injury, dubbed as torn groin muscles. When asked how he feels about this, Amendola responded saying: ''Absolutely. I won't know until I get into the game,'...
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