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NFL Injury Report:
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 boot following the game. Mankins has already missed three games
this season due to a myriad of injuries.
Connolly was sidelined in the second quarter after
sustaining a back injury. Donald Thomas replaced Connolly while Nick McDonald
Hernandez was once again ruled out due to an ankle injury.
The ankle has hampered the dynamic tight end for much of the season and also held
him out of the team’s last game against the St. Louis Rams in London.
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Logan Mankins is hurt. Again. After playing all of last year with an ACL injury, Mankins has been in and out of games with injuries for all of the 2012 season.The gritty left guard left Gillette Stadium in a boot, however he was walking freely without crutches. But he will have to be watched carefully over to week to see if he can take on the Indianapolis Colts next week. The New...
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Aaron Hernandez is not expected to play in the Patriots’ Week 10 matchup against the Bills due to the ankle injury that’s been bothering him since Week 2 according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. Hernandez practiced on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday...
Left guard Logan Mankins left the game in the third quarter with an ankle injury, and he left the stadium with a walking boot on his left foot.
Mankins walked under his own power, and he wasnt using crutches. But the boot wasnt a good sign after he was rolled up on twice in one series. Mankins remained on the ground after the injury, and he was helped off the field by the training...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez isn’t expected to play in tomorrow’s game against the Bills.
The Patriots activated Visanthe Shiancoe from the PUP list, to fill in for Hernandez.
Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez is not expected to play Sunday vs. Buffalo due to lingering ankle injury. Pats activated TE Visanthe Shiancoe.
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.
Patriots starting right guard Dan Connolly is questionable to return to the game with a back injury, according to the team. Donald Thomas has replaced Connolly.
In addition, Logan Mankins limped off the field early in the third quarter and was helped to the bench. His left ankle was being looked at on the sideline. Mankins was not on the field for the team's next series and...
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.
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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It appears that Aaron Hernandez's ankle isn't getting better.
According to multiple media reports, the New England Patriots tight end is not expected to play in Sunday's game against the Buffalo Bills. The Patriots activated Visanthe Shiancoe from injured reserve earlier Saturday.
Hernandez also missed a Week 8 game against the St. Louis Rams after suffering an apparent...
Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez (ankle) is not expected to play Sunday against the Bills. SOURCE: Adam Schefter, ESPNFantasy Spin:Hernandez was believed to be a game-time decision but Schefter is reporting that he won't play. New England activated Visanthe Shiancoe Saturday but he won't help fantasy owners.
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...
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...
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