Found January 18, 2012 on
The Rap Sheet:
The Patriots are naming four honorary captains for Sunday’s AFC Championship game, saluting the 1996 and 2001 AFC title teams in the process. Earlier in the week, WR Troy Brown was named the first one.
The second of the four unveiled today is Ty Law. Cool.
The legendary CB, who played for the Pats from 1995 to 2004, was a former first-round pick and one of the best at his position. He has 53 career interceptions and seven TDs.
So, that’s two down. Two to go. Any guesses on the final two?
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Patriots offensive lineman Logan Mankins addresses the media during his press conference at Gillette Stadium on Thursday, January 19, 2012.
Updating an earlier report, tight end Aaron Hernandez was limited in Thursday's practice, according to ESPN Boston.
Hernandez is practicing light while nursing his head ailment, but fully expects to take the gridiron in the AFC Championship vs. Baltimore.
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New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez proclaims himself "ready to play" after leaving Saturday's rout of the Denver Broncos with a head injury.
The New England Patriots (1-0) and the Baltimore Ravens (1-0) announce the following player injuries and practice participation.