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While stopping short of saying Sebastian Vollmer would definitely play in Super Bowl XLVI against the Giants, Patriots offensive line coach Dante Scarnecchia indicated the right tackle would return to the lineup.
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For the first time in months, Patriots OT Sebastian Vollmer met the media yesterday to discuss his foot and back injuries. You read about that here. Now that he’s gearing up to appear in Super Bowl XLVI, you can watch him talk about it. Check out my video:
By Brian MacPhersonINDIANAPOLIS -- Normally famously tight-lipped about his players' injuries, Bill Belichick said there was "a possibility" right tackle Sebastian Vollmer could play in the Super Bowl -- and then elaborated.
Vollmer, who has not played since Nov. 27 with foot and back injuries, had his foot in a cast until the week before the Patriots' Jan. 14...
For the first time since the middle of the season, Patriots OT Sebastian Vollmer met with reporters. He spoke about being injured for much of the season, his frustration, and how thrilled he is to be able to participate in Super Bowl XLVI. And it’s almost certain that he’ll be playing.
Considering Vollmer could have landed on Injured Reserve with foot and back issues, it’s...
By Paul Kenyon While much of the talk about the Patriots' offensive line has focused on the health of left tackle Matt Light this week, the situation on the right side has become a topic of discussion, as well.
Rookie Nate Solder has handled that spot much of the season because of injuries to Sebastian Vollmer, last year's starters. Early in the week, line coach Dante Scarnecchia...
New England Patriots left tackle Matt Light and right tackle Sebastian Vollmer missed Media Day on Tuesday due to illness.
Light is not expected to be sidelined for long and will play in Super Bowl XLVI.
The news that he will compete may bother New York Giants defensive end Osi Umenyiora, who said on Friday that Light's play "really gets under my skin."
Three players on the New England Patriots are dealing with illnesses just a few days before the Super Bowl.
Left tackle Matt Light and right tackle Sebastian Vollmer skipped Tuesday's media day with illnesses, coach Bill Belichick said. Linebacker Jerod Mayo attended but said he has a cold.
Light, a rookie on the Patriots' first Super Bowl championship team in the 2001...
Just finished up with the news conferences for coach Bill Belichick and six players. Lots to get to. But first, a health update from a cheery and expansive Belichick.
First, a Gronk update. Belichick said Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski didn’t practice, which wasn’t a shock. He’s dealing with that high-ankle sprain. Oh, and the team worked out in full-pads, which was interesting...
The most talked about body part leading up to Super Bowl XLVI is Rob Gronkowski’s ankle, and today Gronkowski and the Patriots discussed the possibility of a special shoe being worn by the star tight end during Sunday’s game.
Rob Gronkowski Injury Update
Gronkowski suffered what has been described as a high ankle sprain in the AFC Championship game and was seen wearing a walking...
There's a chance that New England Patriots right tackle Sebastian Vollmer will return to the starting lineup and tight end Rob Gronkowski will be absent from it Sunday.
Three players on the New England Patriots are dealing with illnesses just a few days before the Super Bowl. Left tackle Matt Light and right tackle Sebastian Vollmer skipped Tuesday's media day with illnesses, coach Bill Belichick said. Linebacker Jerod Mayo attended but said he has a cold. Light, a rookie on the Patriots' first Super Bowl championship team in the 2001 season...
Both Matt Light and Sebastian Vollmer were present for the Patriots media access on Thursday, as was injured tight end Rob Gronkowski. However, Bill Belichick would not say whether any would practice.