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10:25 a.m. ET: The Patriots have traveled across the pond for a tilt in England and hopefully they've left their recent struggles back home in New England. With a beat up offensive line and a secondary worthy of some fearful Halloween frights, New England will need a stellar performance from their superstars if they're going to take down the Rams on Sunday. Tom Brady is confident that his offense has worked out the kinks seen in the past two weeks and that last week's overtime win against the Jets may have finally shaken them free of the dreaded fourth quarter woes. If so, Brady will need a role player to step up big as tight end Aaron Hernandez is back on the shelf after tweaking his ankle during practice this week. Both Daniel Fells and veteran wide receiver Deion Branch will be relied upon heavily to fill the void left in Hernandez's absence against a stingy Rams secondary. Speaking of defense, Vince Wilfork will be leading the charge once aga...

Hernandez will miss game in London

New England tight end Aaron Hernandez will miss Sunday's game against the St. Louis Rams in London while he recovers from a sprained ankle. Hernandez played the last two weeks but has not been at full strength since hurting his right ankle in the second game of the season. The Patriots on Friday listed him as out for the game at Wembley Stadium, giving him extra time to recover...

Aaron Hernandez ruled out for Week 8 game against Rams

The New England Patriots will be without Aaron Hernandez for their Week 8 match up against the St. Louis Rams. Hernandez did not make the trip to London for the game after his injured ankle failed to respond to treatment this week. Hernandez played the past two weeks. In those two games Hernandez caught 11 passes for 84 yards and a touchdown. Being ruled out for Sunday’s game against...

Report: Pats' Hernandez not in London

The New England Patriots will likely play Sunday's game in London without tight end Aaron Hernandez, who didn't make the trip, according to an report. Citing a source, the NFL Network reported that Hernandez stayed behind as his team prepares to face the St. Louis Rams. He played the last two weeks after missing time with a high ankle sprain. The Patriots have...

Patriots vs. Rams Injury Report: Aaron Hernandez, Patrick Chung, Danny Amendola

The New England Patriots and St. Louis Rams are in London this weekend to share the gift of the NFL with our friends across the pond. However, several familiar faces didn’t make the trip, including Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez. Hernandez was able to return to action last week after being sidelined due to an ankle injury. He didn’t make the trip with New England this...

Fantasy Football Injury News Week Eight: Aaron Hernandez does not travel to London

Fantasy football owners of TE Aaron Hernandez have had to adjust their rosters this season due to his injury issues this season. This week, Hernandez owners will have to once again look elsewhere for production at the tight end position. The New England Patriots will play the St. Louis Rams in London this week, but Aaron Hernandez will not be playing, in fact, he didn’t even make...

Breaking: Aaron Hernandez does not make trip to London

Albert Breer of the NFL Network is reporting that New England Patriot tight end Aaron Hernandez was not present at the team’s walk through and that Hernandez did not make the trip to London. Hernandez, a fourth round pick in the 2010 NFL draft out of the University of Florida, a been limited this season with an ankle injury. The news comes as somewhat of a surprise considering...

Report: Aaron Hernandez Did Not Travel With Patriots to London, Will Not Play Sunday Against Rams

The Patriots are abroad this week to take on the St. Louis Rams in London, and they reportedly will do so without the services of a starting tight end. Aaron Hernandez did not make the trip to England, according to NFL Network's Albert Breer, after the 22-year-old was noticed missing from the team's Friday walkthrough. Safeties Patrick Chung and Steve Gregory were also absent...

Aaron Hernandez Officially Ruled Out

Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez has been ruled out for this week's game against the Rams. He's still struggling with an ankle injury.Fantasy Spin:New England is on bye next week, giving the third-year tight end a week to get healthy before November 11th's game against Buffalo.

Aaron Hernandez Doesn't Make Trip To London

Tight end Aaron Hernandez did not make the trip to London with the Patriots for Week 8. Fantasy Spin: Apparently Hernandez suffered a setback with his injured ankle and fantasy owners should now be prepared to be without him for Week 8.

Week 8 Injury Updates: Aaron Hernandez, Rob Gronkowski, Jimmy Graham

Here we are — the halfway point of the NFL season and six weeks away from the start of the fantasy postseason for many. Injuries are making lineup...

Aaron Hernandez doesn't travel to London

My understanding is that Aaron Hernandez did not make the trip to London.— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) October 26, 2012More coming...

Patriots To London Without Hernandez

Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images The New England Patriots make their business trip to London to face the St. Louis Cardinals without their playmaker at tight end, Aaron Hernandez.  He suffered a setback in practice earlier in the week with difficulty making cuts due to an ankle injury. Hernandez left the game early in a loss to the Cardinals on September 16th when teammate Julian Edelman...

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