New England’s 2014 first-round draft pick had an injury-filled rookie season.
New England’s first round draft pick has been hampered by a knee injury almost all season.
The second-round draft pick’s season ends early for the second consecutive year.
New England’s injury list grew significantly this week, but nothing appears to be serious.
New England would likes its star receiver to be healthy for the playoffs.
The New York Football Giants (3-6) actually have the same record this year as they did last season, which speaks directly to the supposed rebuilding campaign that general manager Jerry Reese undertook in the off season. This week, Big Blue lost another player to the injured reserve list, as well as likely losing another starter to injury for Sunday’s game against the San Francisco 49ers.
New England’s injury report looks fairly benign after a week off.
The list of injured New England players is starting to shrink.
New England will be missing at least three starters when it hits the field this weekend against Chicago.
Linebacker Jerod Mayo and running back Stevan Ridley won’t play in Thursday night’s game and they may miss the rest of the season.