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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.
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Jane McManus of ESPN New York is reporting that New York Jets Center Nick Mangold “will most likely play” this Sunday in New England.“I’m ready to go,” Mangold said.Mangold has missed the past two games with a high ankle … [visit site to read more]Should Mangold be playing this week for Jets? - The Jet Press - The Jet Press - A New York Jets Blog
FOXBORO, Mass. -- It's going to take a little while for Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez to get over his crucial drop in the second quarter of the Patriots' 30-21 victory Sunday against the Jets. Tom Brady delivered a strike to Hernandez, who found a soft spot in the Jets' zone, but he bobbled the ball into the air, and it was intercepted by cornerback Antonio Cromartie...
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The Patriots will get Aaron Hernandez back for Sunday’s AFC East matchup with the Jets. Hernandez missed the last two games with a knee injury, but will give Tom Brady another target against a Jets team that seems to be battling itself as much as the opposition right now. With Darrelle Revis expected to be…
Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez (knee) and defensive lineman Albert Haynesworth (back) were both active for Sunday's game against the New York Jets.
FOXBOROUGH - The news came roughly an hour before kickoff: Aaron Hernandez, the Patriots’ versatile second-year tight end who was listed as questionable after missing the previous two games with a left knee injury, would be active against the rival Jets yesterday.
Last January, the New York Jets proclaimed the New England Patriots soft. After opening the year with an aerial assault, Bill Belichick and company have gone hard hat and the Jets simply can’t say that the Patriots are soft anymore.
Fueled by the performances of then-rookies Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez, the New England tight end contingent combined for 18 touchdown catches in 2010. That was actually one more scoring reception than the Patriots got from the position the three previous years combined.
Last season, the trio of Gronkowski, Hernandez and the now-departed Alge Crumpler posted an aggregate...
Patriots inactives for Week Five are: QB Ryan Mallett, RT Sebastian Vollmer, DE Mike Wright, RB Danny Woodhead, S Josh Barrett, LB Jerod Mayo and WR Julian Edelman. Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez has been cleared to play and will be active for this afternoon's game against the Jets. The second-year tight end had missed the last two games since injuring his left knee against...