Found September 15, 2012 on Next Impulse Sports:
  Updated September 15, 2012 – Thursday night players removed from Week 2 rankings   QB Rankings RB Rankings WR Rankings TE Rankings K Rankings D Rankings     Rank Player Team Opponent 1 Rob Gronkowski NE ARI 2 Jimmy Graham NO at CAR 3 Aaron Hernandez NE ARI 4 Vernon Davis SF DET 5 Kyle Rudolph MIN at IND 6 Antonio Gates SD TEN 7 Coby Fleener IND MIN 8 Tony Gonzalez ATL DEN 9 Jacob Tamme DEN at ATL 10 Fred Davis WAS at STL 11 Greg Olsen CAR NO 12 Jermaine Gresham DET at SF 13 Dennis Pitta BAL at PHI 14 Brandon Pettigrew DET at SF 15 Martellus Bennett NYG TB 16 Jason Witten DAL at SEA 17 Jared Cook TEN at SD 18 Brent Celek PHI BAL 19 Marcedes Lewis JAC HOU 20 Scott Chandler BUF KC 21 Owen Daniels HOU at JAC 22 Joel Dreessen DEN at ATL 23 Anthony Fasano MIA OAK 24 Tony Moeaki KC at BUF 25 Ed Dickson BAL at PHI Article found on: Cosby Sweaters

Report: Aaron Hernandez to Have MRI on Monday, Still Unclear How Long Injury Will Sideline Tight End

Aaron Hernandez's ankle might not be broken, but the tight end could end up missing some time, and we could have a better indication of just how long on Monday. Hernandez is scheduled to have an MRI on his right ankle on Monday, according to As mentioned, it's still unclear how long Hernandez will be sidelined, but the tight end did reportedly leave Gillette Stadium...

Pats TE Hernandez leaves game with ankle injury

New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez's return to Sunday's game is questionable after he suffered an ankle injury. Hernandez was hurt with 6:38 left in the first quarter against the Arizona Cardinals while trying to block for Julian Edelman, who had just caught a 6-yard pass from Tom Brady. Hernandez stayed on the ground for several minutes and appeared to be favoring...

Aaron Hernandez’ Leg Is Not Supposed To Bend This Way

New England Patrots’ tight end Aaron Hernandez suffered what looked to be a very nasty injury during the first quarter of their matchup against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. It looked like Hernandez injured his ankle as it was rolled over by a defensive player. He had to be helped to the locker room. We will update as we hear more. Article found on: Cosby Sweaters

Aaron Hernandez Could be Sidelined Six Weeks

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.

Patriots TE Hernandez having MRI on ankle

New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez is having an MRI on his right ankle Monday, a day after he was forced to leave the team's loss to the Arizona Cardinals because of an injury. X-rays showed no break in the ankle, according to ESPN Boston. Hernandez left Gillette Stadium after the game on crutches and wearing a walking boot. It was not known at the time how long...

Aaron Hernandez Slated For MRI Monday

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...

Hernandez's Ankle is Not Broken

A source said Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez's ankle is not broken, Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald reports.Fantasy Spin:Hernandez had to be carried to the locker room after injuring his ankle Sunday. He likely has a sprain; fantasy owners just have to hope he avoided one of the high-ankle variety.

Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez right ankle gets bent (Video)

For those of you who don't like seeing NFL players getting injured, then you should probably run far away from this post. During yesterday's Cardinals/Patriots game, New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez got his right ankle rolled on by teammate Julian Edelman: (Courtesy of Cosby Sweaters)

Vote: What was to Blame for the Patriots Loss to the Cardinals?

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...

Aaron Hernandez to undergo an MRI today

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported on Sportscenter that New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez will undergo an MRI today on his injured ankle.  The belief is that he has a high ankle sprain, which would likely sideline him for the next 4-6 weeks. This is a tough blow for the Patriots, they’ll have to rely more heavily on Rob Gronkowski, Brandon Lloyd and Wes Welker.

NFL Week 2 Injury Report

The Sunday games from Week Two of the NFL regular season are in the books and as usual, several teams came away from their games with key injuries. The most costly injury being that to New England Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez. The Washington Redskins defense suffered two very key injuries as well. Let’s take a quyick look at some of the bigger name players which suffered injuries...

NFL Rumors: Will the New England Patriots bring back WR Deion Branch now?

The New England Patriots were stunned at home Sunday, losing to the Arizona Cardinals 20-18. During the defeat, the Patriots lost one of their best offensive weapons, TE Aaron Hernandez. WR Julian Edleman rolled up on Hernandez’s ankle in the first quarter, and the talented tight end never returned to the field. Although nothing has been confirmed as of yet, but it’s believed...
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