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Top David Andrews News

  • Patriots' David Andrews: Set to play Thursday

    Andrews (thigh) has been ruled active for Thursday's game against the Bills.

    Andrews was sidelined against Minnesota on Thanksgiving Day after picking up a thigh injury against the Jets in Week 11. While he was considered questionable coming into Thursday, the starting center is set to return and provide some stability for the Patriots' banged-up offensive line.

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  • Patriots' David Andrews: Questionable again Week 13

    Andrews (thigh) is questionable for Thursday's game against the Bills, Jordy McElroy of USA Today reports.

    Andrews was forced out with a thigh issue Week 11 versus the Jets, leaving him inactive for the Patriots' loss to Minnesota on Thanksgiving Day. While there were initial concerns that this injury could be season ending, the veteran center has been deemed questionable for the second week in a row. If Andrews remains out, then James Ferentz will likely start against Buffalo on Thursday Night Football.

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  • Patriots' David Andrews: Inactive Thursday

    Andrews (thigh) is inactive for Thursday night's game against the Vikings.

    With Andrews unavailable due to a thigh injury he sustained in Week 11, look for James Ferentz to start in his place Thursday. The veteran center will now target a potential return to action in Week 13, when the Patriots face the Bills on Dec. 1.

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  • Patriots' David Andrews: Deemed questionable for Thursday

    Andrews (thigh) is questionable for Thursday's matchup against Minnesota, Jim McBride of The Boston Globe reports.

    Andrews logged back-to-back limited practices after not participating Monday and will have a chance to suit up Thursday despite initial reports saying Andrews' season may be over after suffering a thigh injury during the team's Week 11 win over the Jets. However, if New England opts to be cautious and sit the veteran center, James Ferentz would be the most likely candidate to replace Andrews in the starting lineup.

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  • Patriots' David Andrews: Could return this season

    There is a chance that Andrews (thigh) could be able to play late in the season or in the playoffs, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

    Andrews suffered a thigh injury in Sunday's victory over the Jets, and initial reports indicated concern that the issue could be season-ending. While that remains a possibility, there is some hope that Andrews might be able to play again at some point during the campaign. It's clear, however, that he'll miss significant time, so James Ferentz looks to be in line to handle starting center duties for the foreseeable future.

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  • Patriots' David Andrews: Could miss time

    Andrews may have suffered a serious thigh injury in Sunday's win over the Jets, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

    Andrews will have more testing done to determine the extent of the injury, but it's possible he could end up missing the rest of the season. He exited the game early and was unable to return, resulting in James Ferentz taking over at center.

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  • Patriots' David Andrews: Will not return

    Andrews (thigh) will not return Sunday against the Jets.

    Andrews exited the game in the first half and was questionable to return. Now that he's officially out for the rest of the contest, James Ferentz will continue to man the center position for the Patriots.

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  • Patriots' David Andrews: Won't return Sunday

    Andrews (thigh) has been ruled out for the remainder of Sunday's game against the Jets.

    Andrews sustained an apparent thigh injury during Sunday's contest versus the Jets, and it's since been determined that he'll be unable to return to action for the rest of the afternoon. James Ferentz has since stepped in as New England's center.

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  • Patriots' David Andrews: Won't return Sunday

    Andrews (thigh) was ruled out for the remainder of Sunday's matchup against the Jets.

    Andrews exited with a thigh injury at some point in the first half, and he was ruled out heading into the second half. The starting center's next chance to play will come versus the Vikings on Thanksgiving day. In Andrews' stead, James Ferentz will likely step in for New England.

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