Patriots' Julian Edelman may be done for season

The Patriots lost wideout Julian Edelman (foot) in the first half of their 27-26 win over the Giants, and they might be without Edelman for even longer.

Patriots' Julian Edelman is injured in a win over the Giants on Sunday.

Edelman was injured following a 12-yard catch-and-run on the last play of the first quarter.

Mentors took a gander at his left foot when he limped to the sideline. Fox Sports 1 reported a short time later that Edelman endured a broken foot and may miss whatever is left of the customary season.

"Folks ventured in when Julian got hurt," quarterback Tom Brady said. "We're down a group of handles and folks are playing out of position. I think we simply continue pounding our way through."

Edelman made brisk work in his time on field. He got four goes for 53 yards.

Brady lost tailback Dion Lewis the earlier week when Lewis tore his ACL.


The Giants confronted the Patriots on Sunday evening without one of their backbone hostile lineman, and they lost another as the amusement went on.

An hour prior to the amusement, the club reported that left monitor Justin Pugh would be idle. Pugh, who had begun the initial nine amusements for the Giants, had fought drying out and sickness all through a week ago. In the days instantly taking after a week ago's win over the Bucs in Tampa Bay, he had been assessed for the association's blackout convention, in spite of the fact that that was precluded by Wednesday.

Later, beginning focus Weston Richburg left with a high lower leg damage. He is booked to have a MRI done and experience tests on Monday.

"I'll be fine," Richburg said. "Ideally it isn't so much that terrible."

The Giants had "completely expected" that Pugh would play, the club said. He sat out practice on Wednesday, then worked through a constrained session on Thursday before honing in full on Friday and being announced likely for Sunday's confrontation with the Pats.

In any case, Pugh woke up Sunday and "still did not feel well," the Giants said, was all the while fighting weariness.

"The group is taking a careful methodology," the Giants said in an announcement.

With Pugh out, the Giants swung to John Jerry as their beginning left monitor.

Goliaths tight end Daniel Fells, who was put on IR taking after his fight with a MRSA disease and eight ensuing surgeries, strolled with the assistance of bolsters on the field amid warmups. It was his first time nearby since getting the ailment.


Loyalists proprietor Robert Kraft and his child Jonathan were occupied on the sidelines, blending with any semblance of previous Rutgers player Eric Legrand, vocalist Bon Jovi and... NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.

The Krafts alternated talking with Goodell, the man who banned Patriots quarterback Tom Brady for four amusements under the steady gaze of a judge overruled him, on their sideline preceding kickoff.
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