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NFL Injury Report:
New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez did not
practice Friday and is listed as questionable by the club. Fellow tight end Rob
Gronkowski and wide receivers Julian Edelman and Wes Welker are also
questionable heading into this weekend’s contest against the Seattle Seahawks.
Hernandez has been out since injury his ankle during the
Patriots’ home opener against the Arizona Cardinals. He was able to return to
practice last week, but didn’t suit up against the Denver Broncos. It’s still
unclear whether or not Hernandez will be able to play this week, and Patriots
coach Bill Belichick said he could be a game-time decision.
Welker and Gronkowski are both expected to play as they were
able to practice Friday. Welker has downplayed his injury throughout the week,
and Gronkowski’s hip injury wasn’t enough to keep him from playing last week
against the Broncos.
Edelman doesn’t seem as sure of a bet to play, as he’s still
hampered by a hand injury. He was limited in practice Friday and even if he
does return it will likely be in more of a reserve role.
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