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NFL Injury Report:
The New England Patriots host the New York Jets on Thursday night for an AFC East showdown at Gillette Stadium. Who is in? Who is out? Find out, in your New England Patriots Week 2 injury report.What a nice and tidy injury report the Patriots have this week. They must know a guy from Boston writes it up. The Patriots have one player listed as out and that is running back Shane Vereen. Vereen broke his wrist in the win against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday and has been placed on the injured reserve designated for return list. He did not participate at all in practice during the week.The Patriots have two players listed as doubtful, tight end Rob Gronkowski (back/forearm) and wide receiver, Danny Amendola (groin). Both had limited participation in practice all week. It is unlikely that either of these players will see the field on Thursday night.The Patriots have three players listed as probable and all three had full participation on Wednesday. They are cornerback Marquice Cole (hamstring), CB Alfonzo Dennard(ankle) and RB Stevan Ridley (shoulder).There are eight Patriots listed as questionable and they all had limited participation on Wednesday. They are RB Brandon Bolden (knee), WR Aaron Dobson (hamstring), defensive back Nate Ebner (ankle), DB Duron Harmon (hamstring), WR Matthew Slater (knee), TE Zach Sudfeld (hamstring), offensive lineman Will Svitek(knee) and RB Leon Washington (thigh).Same rule all season will apply to the Patriots. Any player on the injury report not listed as out has a chance to see action on any given game day. With the exception of Gronkowski and Amendola, it is all hands on deck for the Patriots’ offense. You can follow me on twitter @TheSoftParade69Talk football talk cigars talk anything, I know a little about a lot. Follow @TheNFLInjuryRpt Looking for fantasy football advice?
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According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola could miss the next 2-6 weeks due to a groin injury he suffered this past week against the Bills.
From @RapSheet: 'Danny Amendola could miss 2-6 weeks for the Patriots'
— NFL Network (@nflnetwork) September 12, 2013
Signing Amendola in the offseason seemed like a good move, but the question...
Danny Amendola was one of the central figures in the New England Patriots’ Week 1 win over the Buffalo Bills. The free agent acquisition had 10 catches on 14 targets for 104 yards and looked like Tom Brady’s favorite receiver. But just like his past two seasons, Amendola got hurt. Amendola has a groin injury […]
ESPNBoston.com's Mike Reiss said is wouldn't surprise him if Patriots receiver Danny Amendola (groin) doesn't return until Week 4.Fantasy Spin:Amendola led the team with ten catches for 104 yards in the season opener, but he's doubtful for Thursday's game against the Jets with a groin injury. It's the same old story with Amendola -- he has great production...
Having fun watching the Julian Edelman led offense? Get used to it.
Recent reports indicate that Danny Amendola will be out 2-6 weeks with the groin injury that has sidelined him today.
After aggravating a groin injury in Week 1, Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola is now expected to miss two to six weeks of action, according to the NFL Network's Ian Rapoport....
As expected, the Patriots will be kicking off the season at Gillette stadium without their best offensive weapon.
Danny Amendola has struggled with a groin issue since preseason. He played through it on Sunday, which is likely the reason he will be sitting out the game tomorrow against the Jets.
As expected, the Patriots list both Rob Gronkowski and Danny Amendola as doubtful...
#Patriots WR Danny Amendola, who turned in a gutty 104-yard performance in the opener, is almost certain to miss the Jets game, source says
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September 10, 2013
Perhaps it’s time to give David Givens, Deion Branch and Troy Brown a call?
With the loss of Danny Amendola and tight ends Gronkowski and Hernandez missing in action, the New England Patriots have taken to the Classified section of the Newspaper.
According to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com, wide receiver Danny Amendola is expected to miss Thursday nights game between the New England Patriots and the New York Jets.
With the amount of injuries that have nailed the Patriots as of late, with Rob Gronkowski most likely out, Shane Vereen already out and Zach Sudfeld limited at practice Monday, the loss of Amendola would be a nightmare...
FOXBORO, Mass. – Danny Amendola wasn’t spotted at the portion of Patriots practice open to the media, but it appears he showed up a little late.
Amendola was a limited participant in practice with a groin injury. He was joined on the limited participation list by Brandon Bolden (knee), Aaron Dobson (hamstring), Nate Ebner (ankle), Rob Gronkowski (back/forearm), Duron Harmon...
The following New England Patriots are inactive for Thursday night's game against the New York Jets: WR Danny Amendola TE Rob Gronkowski TE Zach Sudfeld OL Will Svitek RB Brandon BoldenDL Chris Jones LB Steve Beauharnais (Shane Vereen is also not playing, as he's listed on IR.)
There was never a question about the talent of the New England Patriots’ wide receiver Danny Amendola, injuries have always been his issue – and after an impressive debut with 10 catches for over 100 yards and already the injury bug is hitting the high profile free agent signee as he tries to replace the venerable Wes Welker.
It has already been all but confirmed that Amendola...
BY NICK ST. DENISThe New England Patriots and New York Jets took hits to their respective pass-catching corps in Week 1.Jets wideout Jeremy Kerley has been ruled out of Gang Green's Thursday night road trip to Foxborough thanks to a concussion, while Patriots receiver Danny Amendola is doubtful with a groin ailment.The Jets have a whopping 18 players listed as "probable...
Foxborough, MA - The Jets came into the game losing four straight to the Patriots. In fact, the last time these two teams met, the Jets embarrassed themselves, giving up three touchdowns in less than a minute. But this time there was hope for a different outcome. Already missing several key offensive contributors, the Patriots added Danny Amendola and Shane Vereen to the injury...
The rivalry continues, and is interesting as always. With the Patriots banged up—Gronkowski, Sudfeld, Vereen, Amendola, Dobson are all out—the Jets have an opportunity to capitalize. Still, the young squad will miss one of their own in WR Jeremy Kerley, who will sit out due to a concussion sustained in Week 1. Welcome to Foxboro.
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