Found September 30, 2012 on
NFL Injury Report:
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady
will be without two of his top options
against the Buffalo Bills, as wide receiver Julian
Edelman (hand) and tight end Aaron Hernandez
(ankle) are listed as out. The line in front of Brady is also banged up,
as left guard Logan Mankins
wasn’t able to make the trip to Buffalo.
Still, Brady will have one of his favorite targets to look
to as tight end Rob Gronkowski
was able to make the trip and will suit up
against the Bills.
Edelman is still dealing with a hand injury that caused him
to miss the entire week of practice.
Hernandez sustained his ankle injury during the Patriots week 2 loss to
the Arizona Cardinals, and it’s not clear when he’ll be able to return to
For this reason it would have been devastating if Gronkowski
was unable to go for the Pats. He
suffered a hip injury during practice Friday and New England had him listed as
questionable, but it appears the injury is not serious.
BEST OF MAXIM
The ankle of Aaron Hernandez will prevent him from playing in Week 4. The Patriots will be without the tight end when they play the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.
Hernandez may be able to practice next leading up to next weekends game against Denver though playing in Week 6 against Seattle may be more realistic.
During Hernandez’s absence the Patriots will have to focus on Brandon Lloyd...
New England tight end Rob Gronkowski is active and will be in the starting lineup Sunday when the Patriots take on the Bills. Gronkowski was listed as questionable earlier in the week because of an injured hip.Fantasy Spin:Gronkowski went into hibernation a week ago against Baltimore (just two catches for 21 yards) but we're guessing a shoddy Buffalo secondary won't be able...
There was a surprise when the Patriots practice report was released on Friday afternoon with a noticeable addition to the list of injured players. For the first time all week, tight end Rob Gronkowski was listed on the injury report. According to the report, Gronkowski is questionable for Sunday's game in Buffalo with a hip injury. Gronkowski was held to limited participation...
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is listed as questionable for Sunday's game at the Buffalo Bills, according to NFL.com. Gronkowski showed up on Friday's list with a hip injury. If Gronkowski does not play Sunday, he will join Aaron Hernandez, who has been out with an ankle injury. The two tight ends combined for offseason contracts worth $95 million. Gronkowski...
When the New England Patriots release their weekly injury report, not even a senior theoretical physicist could truly predict what it really means. The Patriots are famous for placing players who are merely dinged up on the report, while their opponents try to prepare for two different scenarios. Simply put, there is little point in trying to figure out how badly certain Patriots...
Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski wasn't at his best Sunday against Buffalo, but he still managed to haul in five catches for 104 receiving yards including a 28-yard strike from Tom Brady in the fourth quarter.Fantasy Spin:Gronkowski made a terrific 41-yard grab in the opening quarter but followed it up with several drops and a costly fumble. His rare blend of size, speed and...
Under .500 for the first time since 2003 and heading into a crucial divisional away game in Buffalo, where the Bills lead the division right now, the Patriots are less than 100% injury wise and missing critical players. Everyone knows about the Aaron Hernandez injury. He’ll be out another week and probably won’t be back until week 6 at the earliest. Hernandez’s replacement...
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Even though they one big today, one of the things to work on this week for the New England Patriots will be holding on to the ball. Two of Tom Brady's main targets, Rob Gronkowski and Wes Welker both turned the ball over to the Bills early on in the game. They both talked about the fumbles post game, as did Bill Belichick.Gronk's fumble came at 10:00 in the second quarter...
Tom Brady, Stevan Ridley and Rob Gronkowski all received their fair share of time celebrating in the end zone in Buffalo on Sunday, but it was the guys up front who really deserve the credit for the Patriots success. New England's offense erupted for 45 second half points against the Bills, the single most productive half of football in the NFL in more than 40 years. Yet, none...