Probably Josh Boyce or Matthew Slater.
FOXBORO, Mass. — We won’t know until late Friday afternoon what Danny Amendola and Rob Gronkowski‘s status is for Sunday’s game against the Buccaneers, but the two have been practicing with the Patriots.
For the second straight day, Matthew Slater was the lone player missing from practice. Slater is dealing with a wrist injury.
New England’s special teams unit will take...
According to Karen Guregian of the Boston Herald, Patriots special teams captain Mathew Slater will miss the next 4-6 weeks with a fractured wrist.
According to a source, look for Matthew Slater to be out 4-to-6 weeks with wrist injury
— Karen Guregian (@kguregian) September 17, 2013
The Pats already have enough starters injured as it is. Slater is a pro bowl special teamer...
“Matthew Slater is the latest injury the Patriots will be forced to deal with. The special...
Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald reports that New England Patriots wide receiver and special teams specialist, Matthew Slater, will be out four to six weeks with a broken wrist.Slater, a WR in name only, is the Patriots’ captain on special teams and only plays offense in emergencies. A Pro Bowler the last two seasons, Slater’s coverage on kickoffs and punts is remarkable and...
The injuries keep coming for the Patriots.
Special teams captain Matthew Slater, who was reported to have a broken wrist Monday, will be out four to six weeks with the injury, Karen Guregian of the Boston Herald reports.
Slater is also on the roster as a wide receiver, but he’s played almost exclusively on special teams with New England.
The Patriots are already without offensive...
Matthew Slater is humbled by his second straight Pro Bowl selection.
Just don't send him an airplane ticket to the game in Honolulu a week before the Super Bowl.
One day after being chosen for the Pro Bowl, the New England Patriots' special teams captain said Thursday he'd rather be eating gumbo in New Orleans than pineapple in Hawaii.
The championship game is scheduled...
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December 27, 2012
The NFL announced the 2012 Pro Bowl roster Wednesday. Here's the seven Patriots selected.
All are repeat Pro Bowlers from 2011 except for Jerod Mayo, who was last selected in 2010. Mayo said, via Boston.com: “It’s an honor to be recognized by my peers, the...
FOXBORO, Mass. -- Special teams captain Matthew Slater said his heart with always with the Patriots, which made the contract extension an easy agreement. Slater, a free agent for the first time, signed a three-year deal last month to remain in New England. He didn't discuss whether or not he had conversations with other teams, but he wasn't exactly peering around the corner...
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The Patriots made it official Thursday by announcing the signing of special teams captain Matthew Slater. Slater led the team with 17 special teams tackles in 2011, and he earned his first Pro Bowl nod, too. Slater, a fifth-round draft pick out of UCLA in 2008, has been a wide receiver by trade, but his major contributions have always been in the kicking game. He also made a brief...