The Patriots are being discreet with Tom Brady’s favorite target.
New England is holding far-reaching receiver Julian Edelman out of Thursday night’s diversion opposite a Bears as he continues to reanimate from his harmed left foot, NFL Media’s Courtney Fallon reported, per a source sensitive of a situation.
Edelman tweaked his feet in use final Tuesday after carrying undergone medicine on it in a offseason. The maestro wideout returned to use a really subsequent day, though did not play in New England’s preseason opener.
There’s no regard that Edelman will skip a deteriorate opener opposite a Cardinals, though a Patriots certainly wouldn’t mind carrying their tip receiver locate some in-game passes from Jimmy Garoppolo before a games start counting.
Here are a other injuries we are monitoring on Thursday:
1. Texans core Nick Martin left use early with an apparent feet or ankle injury. Coach Bill O’Brien combined that his conditions isn’t serious.
2. Broncos defensive finish Derek Wolfe left use Wednesday, though he won’t skip Saturday’s preseason game. Despite Wolfe’s amiable ankle sprain, manager Gary Kubiak expects Wolfe to play opposite a 49ers.
3. Browns wideout Corey Coleman won’t play in front of his home throng Thursday night. The rookie receiver will lay out Cleveland’s game opposite a Falcons with a hamstring injury, Mary Kay Cabot of a Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. The Browns are also approaching to lay far-reaching receiver Josh Gordon (quad), tackle Joe Thomas (back) and cornerback Joe Haden (ankle), ESPN’s Tony Grossi reports.