Report: Danny Amendola to forgo surgery, could return in few weeks
Although surgery had been a possibility because of a sports hernia, Patriots receiver Danny Amendola reportedly won't get it.
With the Patriots offense struggling and with Tom Brady unable to trust any receiver not named Julian Edelman last Sunday, there’s a report from the Boston Herald that injured receiver Danny Amendola will not seek a surgery for the sports hernia that kept him out last week.
According to the paper, Amendola’s return to game action would be in a couple of weeks as he recovers from torn adductors in his hips.
Surgery on his sports hernia reportedly could have kept him out an additional 3-4 weeks.
Without Amendola, Brady completed 13 passes last week to Edelman, while rookies Aaron Dobson and Kenbrell Thompkins struggled to keep from flat-out dropping passes.
In Week 1, Amendola recorded 10 catches for 104 yards.
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