Aaron Dobson

#17 WR / New England Patriots / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 205 lb Age: 24 College: Marshall Bye 4,18,21

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    Patriots' Aaron Dobson: Lands on IR

    The Patriots have placed Dobson (ankle) on IR, ESPN's Mike Reiss reports. With Dobson headed to IR, Julian Edelman out indefinitely, plus Danny Amendola and Keshawn Martin also banged up, we'd expect the Patriots to make a move to add some wideout depth in the coming days.

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    Patriots' Aaron Dobson: Dealing with high ankle sprain

    Dobson is dealing with a high ankle sprain, Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald reports. We'd expect the Patriots to rule the wideout out for Sunday night's game against the Broncos later this week, and beyond that it's plausible he will miss additional time. With Julian Edelman out, plus Danny Amendola and Keshawn Martin also hobbled, the Patriots' depth at wideout is currently taxed.

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    Patriots' Aaron Dobson: Expected to miss at least one game

    Dobson (ankle) is expected to miss at least Sunday's game at Denver, CSN New England reports. Dobson was removed from Monday's win against the Bills due to an ankle concern and didn't return, placing a cloud over his upcoming availability. Fortunately, he avoided any broken bones when X-rays were returned negative, but the extent of his absence will now ride on any ligament damage in the foot. With Danny Amendola (knee) and Keshawn Martin (hamstring) questionable to suit up in Week 12, the Patriots could be down to Brandon LaFell, Chris Harper, and Matthew Slater at wide receiver, barring any additions to the 53-man roster.

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    Patriots' Aaron Dobson: Avoids broken ankle

    X-rays on Dobson's ankle came back clean, but the Patriots are still waiting for the results of an MRI, Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald reports. Dobson avoided the worst-case scenario of a broken ankle, though it's still quite possible he's dealing with a significant injury. His health is more important than ever for the Patriots, with Danny Amendola (ankle) and Keshawn Martin (hamstring) also banged up, and Julian Edelman (foot) expected to miss the rest of the regular season.

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    Patriots' Aaron Dobson: Out with ankle injury

    Dobson (ankle) is out for the rest of Monday's game against the Bills. Dobson injured his ankle in the second quarter of Monday's contest, and will not be able to return. The Patriots will be shorthanded at the wide receiver the rest of the way with both Dobson and Danny Amendola (knee) out for the game.

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    Patriots' Aaron Dobson: Hurts ankle Monday

    Dobson was helped off the field in the second quarter of Monday's game against the Bills after suffering an ankle injury while making a 17-yard catch. With Dobson hobbled, the Patriots are now down to Danny Amendola, Brandon LaFell and Chris Harper as "pure WR options" Monday, per ESPN's Mike Reiss.

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    Patriots' Aaron Dobson: Suits up Monday

    Dobson (back) is listed as active for Monday night's game against the Bills. With Julian Edelman out with a foot injury and Keshawn Martin inactive, Dobson -- a late addition to the Pats' Week 11 injury report -- and Chris Harper figure to jostle for wideout slotting behind Brandon LaFell and Danny Amendola on Monday.

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    Patriots' Aaron Dobson: Added to injury report

    Dobson has been added to the injury report for Monday's game against the Bills, listed as questionable due to a back injury. Even with Julian Edelman (foot) exiting early, Dobson played just 19 of 73 snaps in a Week 10 win over the Giants. With Keshawn Martin (hamstring) also questionable, the Patriots may be extremely thin at wideout Monday night. If both Dobson and Martin are unavailable, Matthew Slater or Chris Harper will step in as the No. 3 wide receiver.

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    Patriots' Aaron Dobson: Sees added work Sunday

    Dobson, who caught one of his four targets for five yards in Sunday's win over the Giants, was on the field for 19 of the Patriots' 73 snaps on offense in the game, ESPN's Mike Reiss reports. Dobson saw added work in the Patriots' three-wideout alignments on Sunday after Julian Edelman was hurt, but he's still behind both Brandon LaFell and Danny Amendola in the team's wideout pecking order and could also be overtaken by Keshawn Martin, once he returns to action.

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    Patriots' Aaron Dobson: Sees limited action late in Thursday's game

    Dobson was on the field for just four of 72 snaps on offense in Thursday's 36-7 win over the Dolphins, ESPN's Mike Reiss reports. He was not targeted in the contest. Per the report, Dobson's four snaps came at the end of the game, when the Patriots pulled some starters. In any case, with Brandon LaFell back in the mix, Dobson is no better than the Patriots' No. 4 wideout these days, with Julian Edelman and Danny Amendola also healthy and on hand.

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