Found October 13, 2013 on The Other Paper:
New England Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola lay motionless on the ground after being sandwiched between two Saints defenders on this nasty tackle. Amendola's body went limp while he was driven headfirst into the ground by Rafael Bush and Ramon Humber on an end-around run late in the third quarter. He stayed on the ground for a substantial amount of time, and when the rattled Amendola finally got up, he stumbled and had to be helped to the locker room by trainers. The oft-injured Amendola was later ruled out for the rest of the game after the team said he had a head injury.

Danny Amendola suffers a head injury

The New England Patriots have announced that wide receiver Danny Amendola has suffered a head injury and will not return to today’s game against the Saints. Patriots Injury Update: Danny Amendola has a head injury & will not return to the game. #NOvsNE — New England Patriots (@Patriots) October 13, 2013 This isn’t good at all. The Patriots already lost Aqib Talib to a...

Danny Amendola knocked out after helmet-to-helmet hit

Oft-injured Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola was involved in a scary moment during Sunday’s Patriots-Saints game in New England. Amendola took a helmet-to-helmet hit from a Saints player on a run in the third quarter, knocking him out cold on the turf. Amendola was very, very wobbly on his feet and seemed very disoriented as he was leaving the field. Tough to watch. The post...

Danny Amendola may have suffered concussion on hit to head

Danny Amendola was knocked out of Sunday’s New England Patriots-New Orleans Saints game after taking a hit to the head in the third quarter. Amendola caught a pass and was running toward the sideline, but instead of heading out of bounds, he leaned in for contact and was drilled. Amendola looked woozy and had to […]

Danny Amendola ruled out with head injury

Though he was questionable to play this week with a groin injury Amendola toughed it out and started but has now left with a possible concussion. Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola has not had good luck with injuries in his career and he may have unfortunately suffered another one on Sunday. After catching a pass against New Orleans in the fourth quarter of their Week 6 matchup...

Dannny Amendola leaves game with head injury, will not return

Rick Stewart/Getty Images North America New England Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola left Sunday’s Week 6 game against the New Orleans Saints with a head injury. Amendola was trying to finish off an end-around by lowering his head into a defender on the sideline. The seemingly always injured Amendola staggered to the locker room with two trainers by his side. He is being evaluated...

Danny Amendola Suffered A “Head Injury” On This Hit

New England Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola suffered this brutal hit late in the 3rd quarter against the New Orleans Saints.  Amendola struggled to get up and by the time he got to his feet, he looked very confused. The Patriots have officially called it a “head injury” but it seemed pretty clear this was a severe concussion. The post Danny Amendola Suffered A “Head...

Patriots’ Injury Update: Aqib Talib, Danny Amendola, Jerod Mayo

The New England Patriots pulled out an amazing win last night giving the New Orleans Saints their first loss in a 30-27 win at the Razor.  However, as Michael Whitmer of the Boston Globe reports, the comeback win proved costly as the Patriots’ list of walking wounded continues to grow with cornerback Aqib Talib, wide receiver Danny Amendola and linebacker Jerod Mayo all suffering...

Injuries Pile Up for New England Patriots; Danny Amendola and Aqib Talib Both Knocked Out of Game

Fighting the good fight seems to keep getting tougher and tougher for the New England Patriots. Thanks to their defense they have not needed to do a whole lot on offense--which is good since they aren't exactly doing a whole lot on offense. It appears that the road is going to be a little tougher for the remainder of the Saints game and possible more...

Brady on last-second touchdown pass: ‘That was pretty sweet’

In a half-empty Gillette Stadium, two-time NFL MVP Tom Brady threw the winning touchdown pass with 5 seconds left to lift the New England Patriots over the New Orleans Saints, 30-27. Brady connected with rookie free agent Kenbrell Thompkins on a 17-yard touchdown pass, knocking New Orleans from the unbeaten ranks Sunday. “We sent all the guys to 

Patriots Do Not Need to Trade for Receiver Due to Emergence of Kenbrell Thompkins, Aaron Dobson, Austin Collie

The minute Danny Amendola crumpled to the ground after receiving a brutal helmet-to-helmet hit, rumblings of the Patriots trading for a veteran wide receiver began again. Amendola’s injury also had fans grumbling over the decision to sign the former Ram over Wes Welker for the umpteenth time this season. And that, of course, is completely unfair. Amendola’s injury is no more...

Patriots’ Injury Report: Rob Gronkowski, Danny Amendola, Stevan Ridley

The New England Patriots battle the New Orleans Saints on Sunday in a late afternoon game.  Who is in and who is out?  Find out, in your New England Patriots Week 6 injury report. The gargantuan news last week was that the Patriots placed all world nose tackle, Vince Wilfork, on the injured reserve list ending his season.  Big Vince tore his Achilles.  Adding to the Patriots’...

Saints Nation: Blogging with the Enemy - Foxboro Blog

I caught up with my buddy Derek Hanson who runs "Foxboro Blog", one of the very first blogs to join the Bloguin network. before Sunday's game for your usual Q&A. Many thanks to Derek for dropping some knowledge, I bet you'll learn some stuff. Personally he's given me a little more confidence going into this game, and I already felt good about it. Note we...

Q&A Session with The Saints Nation

  Fellow Bloguineer, Andrew Juge, who is the lead editor over at The Saints Nation, emailed me a handful of questions about the Patriots and their upcoming game against New Orleans.  The article is posted on his site, but I thought I'd share some of the questions and answers with you.  You can read them below and be sure to check out The Saints Nation for some insights...

Do the Patriots need to trade for a wide-receiver?

Lost in the excitement of the last second victory over New Orleans on Sunday was the fact that the New England Patriots made quite an effort to become the league-leader in dropped passes by the end of the day. Mere plays before the unicorn and show pony creating miracle touchdown throw to Kenbrell Thompkins, two dropped passes made it appear as if the Patriots would not get it done...

Week 6 Risers and Fallers

No Gronk. No Wilfork. No Kelly. No Vereen. then... No Connolly. No Talib. No Amendola. No Mayo. In the end, the Patriots were left with Tom Brady and seventy-three seconds.  In the end, that was enough to defeat the undefeated New Orleans Saints.  When Kenbrell Thompkins came down with that ball in the end zone, I nearly lost it.  Ok, I did...
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