Defensive lineman Myron Pryor is listed as doubtful for the upcoming game against the Jets with a back injury in the injury reportreleased by the Patriots on Friday. Tully Banta-Cain (groin), Deion Branch (knee), Jermaine Cunningham (calf), Aaron Hernandez (hip), Eric Moore (hamstring), and Sebastian Vollmer (shin) are listed as questionable. Kyle Arrington (elbow), and Tom Brady (right shouldfoot) are both listed as probable for the next game. The Jets have also announced that corner back Drew Coleman (knee), safety James Ihedigbo (kneeankle) and kick returnerwide receiver Brad smith (groin) are listed as questionable for the game against the Pats.The also announced corner backDarrelle Revis (hamstring), corner back Antonio Cromartie (groin), tight end Ben Hartstock (back),wide receiverSantonio Holmes (quad) center Nick Mangold (shoulder), right guardBrandon Moore (back),defensive tackleSione Pouha (back), running back Tony Richardson (finger), quaterback Mark Sanchez (right shoulder), linebacker Bryan Thomas (ankle), and wide receiver Patrick Turner (illness) are all probable for the game on Sunday.
Mike Giardi and Mike Felger discuss Scott Zolak saying that Dion Lewis is trade bait, and discuss which Patriots players are here for the long term.
Andrew Hawkins' situation isn't far off from a character in HBO's "Ballers." And he played into those connections with a video on Twitter.
The slot receiver, who signed with the Patriots on Wednesday, shares some similarities with the fictional football player Rickey Jerret, a veteran receiver who wades through interest from a number of teams, including New England, during free agency. Because of those similarities, Hawkins spoofed on a scene from "Ballers" where Jerret works out with Patriots receivers Julian Edelman and Danny Amendola. Hawkins imposes his face over Jerret's.