Pats Injuries - 2022 Edition

joe dokes

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I haven't seen any word on Barmore's knee. I dont want to see a game where Barmore and Gay are both absent.
 

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Hunter Henry went from looking shitty at the beginning of the year to looking like he can be a good all-around including in-line TE. His blocking has improved as well as his physicality in routes and he doesn’t look like he’s running in mud either.
 

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I felt a lot better watching him test it on the sidelines later. He was aggressively pushing off and shoving an assistant coach backwards multiple times.
 

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Barmore potentially okay and not a major injury, per Reiss.

View: https://twitter.com/MikeReiss/status/1582790334009921536?s=20&t=CsVEp-947iWrNjeUIK88fQ


DT Christian Barmore (right knee) popped into the locker room during media access today, saw reporters, and quickly returned to the athletic training room.

If his sudden change of direction is any indication, he appears to have avoided a major injury.
That read more like a weak effort at a joke from Reiss than an attempt to convey information.
 

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Barmore even at limited is great to see after what looked like something season ending on Sunday.
 

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Is Barmore ever healthy?
He played 17 games last season and the first 6 this year until he went out with the knee injury against the Browns. He obviously had a setback, as he was a practice participant up until Friday.
 

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He played 17 games last season and the first 6 this year until he went out with the knee injury against the Browns. He obviously had a setback, as he was a practice participant up until Friday.
Sure, but other than that ...
 

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So Folk has to kickoff now. I don't think palardy is one of those kicking punters like Bailey.
I hope he has some magic kicks that land in no man's land and bounce around.
 

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So Folk has to kickoff now. I don't think palardy is one of those kicking punters like Bailey.
I hope he has some magic kicks that land in no man's land and bounce around.
Reiss: Asked about Palardy on Friday, coach Bill Belichick said: "He's been a good punter, a good athlete. High school quarterback, kicked off, [holds]." Bailey handles kickoffs and holds on field goals, so Palardy would presumably fill those roles if Bailey is inactive.
 

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Bailey has been punting like he's got a huge herniated disc for awhile now.

Maybe he actually does.
 

joe dokes

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Reiss: Asked about Palardy on Friday, coach Bill Belichick said: "He's been a good punter, a good athlete. High school quarterback, kicked off, [holds]." Bailey handles kickoffs and holds on field goals, so Palardy would presumably fill those roles if Bailey is inactive.
That would be good. Save Folk for the 7FGs they're going to need.
 

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Bailey has been punting like he's got a huge herniated disc for awhile now.

Maybe he actually does.
I thought he’d been kicking like he had an amputated foot.

maybe he’s hurt, maybe it’s mental, but cutting him isn’t an option and playing him any more isn’t an option either
 

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Reiss: Asked about Palardy on Friday, coach Bill Belichick said: "He's been a good punter, a good athlete. High school quarterback, kicked off, [holds]." Bailey handles kickoffs and holds on field goals, so Palardy would presumably fill those roles if Bailey is inactive.
Seemed to be fine yesterday. Can our kicking experts chime in?
 

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Zo is very plugged in. Not sure what to make of this, though, because people say shit on the radio.
Right. I believe he often travels with the team and is friends with many people who would know things — current and former coaches, players, and staff. If he’s saying this it’s almost certainly because someone with the team — or even Andrews himself — has told Zo this.

That said he’s not always right — didn’t he say he thought Gronk would unretire and play for the Pats in 2019?
 

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Maybe it was a really bad charlie horse and will just be bruised and sore.
Wishful thinking, I'm sure, but when I saw the brief replay we were shown on TV during the game, it looked exactly like that: opposing player's knee hard into Andrews' thigh. The shots of Andrews being helped off the field make that seem .. unlikely, of course.
 

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For all his warts, Wynn being limited is a good sign for his availability on Thursday just from a depth perspective.