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Multiple reports on the interwebs have it that New England Patriots LB Rob Ninkovich could be ready for the Patriots next game in two weeks. Ninkovich suffered a hip injury in the season finale versus Miami Sunday afternoon.Ninkovitch has eight sacks on the season for New England. He also has been in on 58 tackles.Patriots defensive coordinator Matt Patricia talked about Ninkovich's replacement Trevor Scott in his weekly conference call. "...Over the course of the season, you take a look at the role he’s had and the opportunities he’s had when he’s been able to deal with them, he’s really tried to develop and come along. Obviously he was available for us and did a good job for us in the first game versus Miami and it just steadily improved throughout the season. Like all the guys on the defense, hopefully throughout the entire season, you get to this point and you’ve done a good enough job to improve yourself week by week and that’s really what we’re trying to do. Trevor ha...
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