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NFL Injury Report:
New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was among 14
players, including tight end Rob Gronkowski and wide receivers Wes Welker and
Brandon Lloyd, that were listed as limited at practice Thursday. While the
others are expected to play, Hernandez told reporters, including Phil Perry of
CSNNE.com, that he is likely to once again be a game-time decision for this
weekend’s matchup against the Buffalo Bills.
Hernandez was limited in
practice on Wednesday and was back to work with his teammates in the Patriots practice
bubble on Thursday. Asked if he would be ready for Sunday's game against the
Bills, he was non-committal.
said, implying that he would be a game-time decision. "That's it."
Hernandez continues to recover from an ankle injury that kept
him out of the Patriots last game against the St. Louis Rams. Linebackers Dont’a
Hightower and Brandon Spikes and safety Patrick Chung were also limited
yesterday, while running back Brandon Bolden, defensive lineman Trevor Scott
and linebacker Tracy White all missed practice.
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On Tuesday, Aaron Hernandez celebrated his 23rd birthday.
And he couldn't have received a better gift.
As tweeted by his brother, D.J. Hernandez, a graduate assistant at the University of Miami, the Patriots' do-it-all tight end welcomed the birth of his first child, a baby girl named Avielle Janelle.
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While New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was
able to return to practice Wednesday after sitting out Tuesday, it remains
unclear if he’ll be able to play Sunday against the Buffalo Bills.
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1. Rob Gronkowski vs BUF
2. Jimmy Graham vs ATL
3. Tony Gonzalez at NO
4. Jason Witten at PHI
5. Aaron Hernandez vs BUF
6. Heath Miller vs KC
7. Vernon Davis vs STL
8. Owen Daniels at CHI
9. Antonio Gates at TB
10. Martellus Bennett at CIN
11. Brandon Myers at BAL
12. Jermaine Gresham vs NYG
13. Dwayne Allen at JAC
14. Greg Olsen vs DEN
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