Report: Danny Amendola Running Much Better In Practice.

The New England Patriots new wide receiver Danny Amendola has been dealing with injuries the majority of the last few seasons with the St.Louis Rams. The wide receiver has been trying to turn over a new leaf since signing with the New England Patriots and so did they by letting the aging veteran Wes Welker go in free agency and he ultimately signed with the Denver Bronco’s. Danny Amendola has been dealing with a nagging groin injury since some point of the preseason. Danny Amendola, Tom Brady

Danny Amendola seems to have made the right decision in skipping to have surgery which would have led to a month or more of him not available to play. The wide receiver was spotted running in practice and moving a lot better. the 2 sources (rotoworld/yahoo) claim that he could even suit up as soon as sunday against the Atlanta Falcons.

The sources claim that is was a good thing that Danny Amendola tore the  adductor longus tendon in his groin completely stating that by doing so he may have avoid surgery and helped speed up his recovery time. Although there is still no time line on his return to the lineup the sources claim he could be back for the show down against the Falcons.

 

This means the New England Patriots could have a surge of great targets heading into week 4 with Rob Gronkowski and Danny Amendola potentially coming back. That would be a huge help for a depleted offense with a ton of question marks although it does appear that the Rookie wide receivers Kenbrell Thompkins and Aaron Dobson are making huge strides week to week in their developement.

Patrick Jordan– NFL Contributor – TitleTown Sports

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