Julian Edelman, Brandon LaFell limited for the Patriots

AP

Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman missed the last two games of the regular season with a concussion, but he was on the practice field on Wednesday.

According to the team’s reports, Edelman was one of four players to be a limited participant in the session. Edelman was a limited participant in practice before Week 17 as well, but ultimately was held out of the finale. He’s planning on being all systems go for Saturday’s game.

“Any time you don’t get to go out and play with your teammates it’s really tough,” Edelman said, via the team’s website. “But all that’s in the past, and I’m looking forward to today and preparing for the Ravens, getting ready for this playoff game.”

Wide receiver Brandon LaFell (toe) and running backs LeGarrette Blount (illness) and Jonas Gray (ankle) joined Edelman as limited participants during the session. The only other player on the Patriots injury report was quarterback Tom Brady, who was a full participant with an ankle injury that has manifested itself on the field not at all this season.

The Ravens had two players out of practice, although there was no injury issue for either tight end Owen Daniels or linebacker Daryl Smith. As expected, left tackle Eugene Monroe (ankle) and defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan (foot/ankle) returned to practice after missing the Wild Card round.

21 responses to “Julian Edelman, Brandon LaFell limited for the Patriots

  1. Glad that the o-line is healthy again, but we’re going to need LaFell and either Gray or Blount to show up against the Ravens. We’ve been averaging +3 WPSS (Weeks Past Steelers Season) most of this decade, and I’d like that to continue.

  2. Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman missed the last two games of the regular season with a concussion
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    Wait a minute, I thought that only receivers playing for Mega-head got concussions. Ironically, I saw yesterday a video on which Welker ran a short route (one of many that he ran playing for NE) after a pass from Brady and got hit really hard, but yeah, only Mega-Head send his receivers to IR.

  3. How many quarters pass by before the Ravens get an unnecessary roughness penalty for head hunting Edelman?
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    When Broncos receivers get hit is because Manning is killing them, but when Patriots receivers get hit is because the opossing team is head hunting, nice logic there

  4. Pats fans don’t care if we lose.

    We have won so much we
    understand how hard it is to win a super bowl or average 12 wins a season for 13 years in a row.

    Do we want to win? Sure we do. But we won’t be crushed if they Don’t win. As long as we have Brady we can always look forward to next year.

    However I like our chances this year and next.

    I have a feeling Brady will redo his contract to make the league minimum.

    And when his playing career is over he will take a front office job with the pats. Or coaching position.

    Can you imagine belicheck as head coach and Brady as OC.

  5. Patriots winning % pre-Spygate in 127 games = .693

    Patriots winning % post-spygate in 139 games = .756

    they clearly can’t win games without taping opponents’ signals, that much is obvious

  6. @thelastwordyaheard, Nice point! But of course the trolls are too stupid and pathetic to understand that.

  7. I’ll be on family vacation this weekend and I’m pretty pissed I’m going to be missing this game. I’d say this is probably going to be the best one this weekend. Debating on recording it and not looking at any scores while I’m gone

  8. The article is simply that two NE players are limited at this point….and the jealousy still comes out full force. A lot of frustrated fans of terrible teams who never get close to the playoffs, and NE is in the playoffs every season.

    Feels good, I love it, season after season.

  9. tajuara says:
    Jan 7, 2015 4:32 PM

    Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman missed the last two games of the regular season with a concussion
    ————————————————-
    Wait a minute, I thought that only receivers playing for Mega-head got concussions. Ironically, I saw yesterday a video on which Welker ran a short route (one of many that he ran playing for NE) after a pass from Brady and got hit really hard, but yeah, only Mega-Head send his receivers to IR.
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    Stop making sense and speaking logically on a thread about the patsies. If you disagree with them, regardless of the facts, you are a “hater” or “jealous”

  10. Wait a minute, I thought that only receivers playing for Mega-head got concussions. Ironically, I saw yesterday a video on which Welker ran a short route (one of many that he ran playing for NE) after a pass from Brady and got hit really hard, but yeah, only Mega-Head send his receivers to IR.

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    I am not sure what this comment has to do with this article, but that’s crazy that a receiver got hit hard in an NFL game!!!

  11. I guess these patriots are not patriot tough. As we all know patriot players and fans are the toughest and never get hurt. I believe their fans invented the tough guy club as well. Ravens look out its scary!!!!!

  12. jchipwood says:
    Jan 7, 2015 6:57 PM
    I guess these patriots are not patriot tough. As we all know patriot players and fans are the toughest and never get hurt. I believe their fans invented the tough guy club as well. Ravens look out its scary!!!!!

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    The dolphins won the equivalent of the super bowl by beating the pats in the first game.

    Congratulations

  13. For the dolphins beating the patriots is like beating up on your little brother….fun but its expected. Them cheating throws a twist in there but nevertheless still fun.

  14. How come I can never respond to Chippy without being deleted? All I asked was how his Dolphins were doing? There’s nothing personal or derogatory about that. Trolls can trash a team but are protected from responses?

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