Langi worked with the second- and third-team defense during spring workouts, Tara Sullivan of the Boston Globe reports.
Langi's mere availability this spring is a blessing after the defensive lineman was involved in a car accident last fall that delivered Langi a host of injuries, starting with but not limited to a pair of fractured hips, a sprained knee, six fractured pelvic bones, a head laceration, and upwards of 10 fractured ribs. However, it seems the BYU product is in good shape entering training camp, when he'll compete for depth slotting under likely starters Adrian Clayborn and Trey Flowers.
Langi (knee, neck) will play in 2018, Doug Kyed of NESN.com reports.
Langi was involved in a car accident in October, resulting in his ending the season on the Non-Football Injury list. He's expected to participate in the team's offseason program and be back to full health by the time the 2018 season roles around.
Langi (neck/knee) is optimistic about his chances to return for OTAs, Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald reports.
Langi was placed on the Non-Football Injury list in October after he and his wife were injured in a car accident. He had to recover both knee and neck injuries, but it isn't anticipated that he'll miss much, if any, of the team's offseason program. The undrafted rookie saw his year cut short but will have every chance to earn a roster spot once again in 2018.
Langi's season is officially over, but the good news is that he and his wife were able to exit the hospital earlier this week. The 25-year-old primarily served as a special teams player for the Patriots this season.
Langi (back) was ruled out for Sunday's game against the Falcons.
Langi did not practice this week after sustaining a back injury in a car accident last Friday. There is no timetable for the 25-year-old's return at this point.
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