Julian Edelman

#11 WR / New England Patriots / EXP: 7YRS Height: 5-10 Weight: 200 lb Age: 29 College: Kent State Bye 4,18,21

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22
  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Patriots' Julian Edelman: Held in check versus Broncos

    Edelman caught just seven of 15 targets for 52 yards in Sunday's loss to the Broncos. Just a week after racking up 10 catches for 100 yards versus the Chiefs, Edelman was held in check in Sunday's AFC championship game as the Broncos made a concerted effort to limit his effectiveness. Despite seeing plenty of targets as the Patritos tried to come back late in the game, Edelman was simply too well-covered to make any impact plays. Edelman was limited to just nine games in the 2015 regular season because of a foot injury, and he will look to bounce back in 2016.

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    Patriots' Julian Edelman: Suits up Sunday

    Edelman (foot) is listed as active Sunday's AFC title game against the Broncos. In his first game action since Nov. 15, Edelman hauled in 10 of 16 targets for 100 yards this past Saturday against the Chiefs and with no reported setbacks since then, the wideout is on track to see his share of targets in the Patriots' passing game once again on Sunday.

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    Patriots WR Julian Edelman Listed as questionable Sunday

    Edelman (foot) is among the 16 players listed as questionable by the Patriots for Sunday's AFC title game against the Broncos, WEEI.com reports. While the wideout's status is worth verifying Sunday just to be sure, Edelman did not suffer any reported setbacks in last week's divisional round win over the Chiefs. Thus, the expectation remains that Edelman will continue to be an integral cog in the Patriots' offensive game plan once again this weekend, after hauling in 10 of 16 targets for 100 yards last Saturday.

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    Patriots' Julian Edelman: Listed as limited Wednesday

    Edelman (foot) was listed as a limited practice participant Wednesday, the Boston Herald reports. The Patriots listed 15 players as limited participants in Wednesday's walk-through session, but given that it's believed that Edelman did not suffer any setbacks in Saturday's divisional round win over the Chiefs, we suspect that the wideout will be available and a big part of the Patriots' offensive game plan on Sunday against the Broncos.

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    Patriots' Julian Edelman: Manages 10 catches in return

    Edelman secured 10 of 16 targets for 100 yards in Saturday's 27-20 Divisional Round victory over the Chiefs. He also gained 11 yards on one rush. The 29-year-old made a triumphant return after missing the last seven games of the season with a foot injury. He easily led the Patriots in targets, as Tom Brady took full advantage of Edelman's outstanding ability to move the chains all afternoon long. Edelman appeared to run routes without restriction, providing Brady with the premiere short-to-intermediate weapon that their passing game is heavily predicated on. Considering his apparent return to full health, Edelman will likely be Brady's top target once again in the AFC Championship Game.

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    Patriots' Julian Edelman: Active Saturday

    Edelman (foot) is listed as active Saturday versus the Chiefs. Making his first appearance since Nov. 15, Edelman will compose a complete, albeit banged-up receiving corps that also includes Rob Gronkowski (knee/back) and Danny Amendola (knee). Considering the health of those around him, Edelman could very well serve as Tom Brady's No. 1 option in the Pats' playoff opener.

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    Patriots' Julian Edelman: Draws questionable designation for Saturday's game

    Edelman (foot) is listed as questionable for Saturday's game against the Chiefs. Edelman's status for the game is worth verifying as Saturday's 4:35 ET kickoff approaches, but it's generally expected that he'll be available for the contest, which would mark the first time he's played since suffering a foot injury back on Nov. 15.

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    Patriots' Julian Edelman: Practices in a limited fashion Wednesday

    Edelman (foot) was limited at Wednesday's practice. That he's among the 12 players the Patriots listed as a limited practice participant Wednesday is not especially surprising, with the expectation remaining that the wideout will return to the team's lineup for Saturday's playoff contest against the Chiefs.

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    Patriots' Julian Edelman: Optimism with regard to playing status this week

    ESPN's Mike Reiss relays that "optimism remains high" with regard to the "availability and projected effectiveness" of Edelman (foot) for Saturday's divisional-round playoff game against the Chiefs. Prior to suffering a broken bone in his left foot on Nov. 15, Edelman had played 87.3 percent of the Patriots' offensive snaps. While the report suggests that it's "probably asking (Edelman) too much to match that total in his return, but if he hits somewhere around 70 percent, that would still be a big boost." Assuming no setbacks as the week rolls along, Edelman is thus in line to return to his starting role in the Patriots offense, bolstering a passing attack that also features TE Rob Gronkowski, RB James White and fellow wideouts Brandon LaFell and Danny Amendola.

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    Patriots' Julian Edelman: Julian Edelman: Won't play this week

    Edelman (left foot) is among the Patriots' players who won't play Sunday against the Dolphins, ESPN's Mike Reiss reports. Per the report, the same applies to LB Dont'a Hightower, CB Justin Coleman, OT Sebastian Vollmer, DE Chandler Jones, and LB Jonathan Freeny. Though the Patriots need a win Sunday to ensure home field advantage for the playoffs, they'll play it safe with Edelman this week, with an eye toward getting him back into game action after the team's first-round playoff bye.

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