Report: Danny Amendola has 'a good chance' to return Sunday
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Report: Danny Amendola has 'a good chance' to return Sunday

New England Patriots beat reporter Mike Reiss of ESPN Boston is reporting that wide receiver Danny Amendola @DannyAmendola, who has been out since Week 1 with a groin injury, has a "good chance of making his return Sunday" when the Patriots take on the Cincinnatti Bengals.

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Reiss is one of the most well connected Patriots reporters in the league, who covers the team on a daily basis, so he is getting his information for someone credible in the organization that Danny Amendola has a good chance to return to the starting lineup this weekend. However, the injury status of Amendola and tight end Rob Gronkowski has been heavily debated and speculated upon for weeks now. The Patriots have gotten solid production out of rookie Kenbrell Thompkins and veteran Julian Edelman in place of Amendola, but now with Aaron Dobson banged up, they could certainly use Amendola if he is ready to go this weekend.

Mike Reiss - ESPN Boston

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well now they have austin collie in the fold so what's gonna now is anyone's best guess

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Cameron.s74 10/03/13 04:25 PM

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