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The New England Patriots have attempted to deploy their talented tight end Aaron Hernandez since his high ankle sprain and it only made his injury situation cloudier.
On Sunday Hernandez will not take the field when the Buffalo Bills come to town.
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The New England Patriots activated tight end Visanthe Shiancoe from the designated-to-return injured reserve list, giving the team insurance at the position with Aaron Hernandez nursing an ankle injury. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Hernandez will miss Sunday's game against the Buffalo Bills. Hernandez also sat out the Patriots' previous game, an Oct. 28 win over...
Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez (ankle) is not active for Sunday's game against Buffalo.Fantasy Spin:New England activated Visanthe Shiancoe Saturday but he won't help fantasy owners.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez is out for today’s division game against the Bills.
Hernandez has been dealing with a serious ankle injury this season, which has been a constant issue for both Hernandez and the Patriots. The Patriots activated TE Visanthe Shiancoe yesterday, so he figures to handle Hernandez’s role in the teams offense.
That little Spygate situation certainly complicated life for Robert Kraft and the Patriots.
And considering that the offenses coach Bill Belichick was accused of committing — taping signals to get his team a competitive advantage — didn’t even end up helping that much, it wouldn’t be surprising if Kraft gave Belichick a little swat for the whole affair.
It turns out Kraft...
No-one likes to get into trouble with their boss, even if he's one of the nicer men in the business.But when you damage your teams reputation, and cost them money, even Robert Kraft won't be happy, as Bill Belichick learned after the "spygate" revelations.Thanks to the nfl.com article for this snippet of Kraft's conversation with Gary Myers, who has written...
New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez didn’t start
yesterday’s game against the Buffalo Bills due to an ankle injury, and the team
lost offensive linemen Logan Mankins and Dan Connolly to injuries during the
Mankins exited the game after having his ankle rolled up on
twice in the third quarter. The offensive lineman underwent X-rays and was seen
in a walking...
The New England Patriots had 14 players listed as questionable heading into this afternoon’s game against the Buffalo Bills. One key offensive player listed as questionable, is now being reported as doubtful, TE Aaron Hernandez. Adjust your fantasy football rosters accordingly. Hernandez has been battling an ankle injury and two sources, Adam Schefter and NFL Network reporter Albert...
10:30 a.m.: They’re back!
After a nice, long bye week that saw many Patriots players catch up on some much-needed rest, Tom Brady and the boys are back in Foxboro with an AFC East rival in for a visit.
The Bills (3-5) made the trip from Buffalo and are looking to spoil the Patriots homecoming. Wide receiver Stevie Johnson should be back on the field to give Ryan Fitzpatrick a legitimate...
The Vikings’ Percy Harvin has been listed as doubtful for their game vs. Detroit today and is inactive because of an ankle injury.
The other high-profile wide receivers that rode this week’s injury report are active including Calvin Johnson, Brandon Lloyd, and Steve Johnson but Lloyd’s teammate Aaron Hernandez will not play vs. the Bills.
As for the late games, keep your eye...
What are your thoughts on the Aquib Talib trade? Will this move be enough to fix the Patriots secondary?
Jason: I met news of the Talib trade with a resounding "meh." There really isn't any fixing this secondary; it's more a matter of bailing out that sinking lifeboat with your hands and hoping it gets close enough to shore that you can swim the rest of the...
The following is a collection questionable players for week 7 of the 2012 fantasy football season.
This post will be updated throughout the morning.
CJ Spiller – Shoulder
Rob Gronkowski – Hip
Brandon Lloyd – Knee
Percy Harvin – Ankle
Aaron Hernandez – Ankle
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I tried to come up with a new angle to discuss the Bills-Patriots "rivalry" for this week's predictions post, but ended up taking a different approach for my submission because it got too lengthy. Instead, I thought I'd...