Aaron Dobson
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By Jeff Moore, Patriots Correspondent, Mon, Sep 15th 3:25pm EDT

Patriot's WR Aaron Dobson hauled in 1-of-2 targets for 13 yards in his first appearance of the season.

Fantasy Impact: On a day where the Patriot's defense took control of the game with 4 interceptions and a blocked field goal for a touchdown, there were not a lot of opportunities for offensive production. Dobson has a lot of upside as the Patriot's go to "X" receiver, and is worth stashing.

By Jeff Moore, Patriots Correspondent, Mon, Sep 8th 12:53pm EDT

Aaron Dobson was absent from the injury report, and was not active for the Patriots' Week 1 game against the Dolphins.

Fantasy Impact: Although Dobson didn't appear on the injury report, it's likely he was still having some problems with his foot. When Dobson plays, he has upside as the Patriots' most talented "X" receiver.

By Jeff Moore, Patriots Correspondent, Sat, Aug 30th 4:11pm EDT

Patriot's WR Aaron Dobson said he fells "like everything is coming" after hauling in three passes for 57 yards and a touchdown in his first appearance since returning from foot surgery. He added that it "feels real good to be out there with my teammates." (Source: Boston Herald)

Fantasy Impact: Dobson looked great, and demonstrated his deep-play ability. He'll likely begin the season battling Kenbrell Thomkins and Brandon LaFell for work, but his talents should separate him soon. He has late-round flier value.

By John Aubin, Patriots Correspondent, Fri, Aug 29th 12:08am EDT

Tonight was Aaron Dobson's first game action of the preseason, and he delivered exactly what the Patriots need: a big-bodied, physical receiver who can stretch the defense vertically. Dobson did not appear to have any issues pushing off his previously injured left foot, and finished with three catches for 57 yards with a 33-yard touchdown catch in the second quarter. The touchdown catch was spectacular, with Dobson getting away from a hold by the receiver while making a leaping, falling reception into the end zone. It wasn't a perfect outing for Dobson, but no one expected it to be. He looked a little rusty while running an in-breaking route on an incomplete pass from quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo at 7:58 in the first quarter, but tonight was a great first step for Dobson. (Source: Boston.com)

Fantasy Impact: The biggest question about Aaron Dobson this preseason was his health. Dobson alleviated those fears tonight with a strong game. The Patriots need him in the lineup for his playmaking abilities and he should see a fair amount of targets as the team uses him to stretch the field. If you are looking for a late round flyer on a wide receiver with upside, Dobson is worth a look.

By Jeff Moore, Patriots Correspondent, Thu, Aug 28th 4:46pm EDT

Patriot's WR Aaron Dobson, who is recovering from left foot surgery, is set to make his first preseason appearance in Thursday's game against the Giants. (Source: Boston Herald)

Fantasy Impact: It looks like Dobson is healthy and ready to battle Kenbrell Thompkins and Brandon LaFell for the Patriot's "deep threat" role. Dobson's talent should set him apart soon, and his #202 ADP could end up being a steal.

By Jeff Moore, Patriots Correspondent, Sat, Aug 23rd 2:22am EDT

Aaron Dobson is listed as inactive for the Patriot's third preseason game Friday against the Panthers.

Fantasy Impact: Dobson is continuing to recover from March foot surgery, but has been practicing with the team for the last two weeks. He should be the Pat's go-to deep threat this year if he can get healthy.

By Jeff Moore, Patriots Correspondent, Mon, Aug 11th 7:21pm EDT

WR Aaron Dobson (foot) suited up and practiced with his teammates on Monday for about an hour, before retreating to the back practice fields. (Source: Christopher Price on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: It's not much, but Dobson continues to inch towards a full return following March 10 stress fracture surgery in his left foot. If Dobson can get healthy, he has a great shot at being the Patriot's primary deep threat this season.

By Jeff Moore, Patriots Correspondent, Wed, Jul 23rd 7:27pm EDT

Dobson will begin camp on the active/PUP list while he rehabs from foot surgery in March. (Source: Field Yates on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Dobson sustained the injury in a Week 12 win against the Denver Broncos in 2013, and had previously been optimistic about starting camp healthy. His stay on the PUP list will likely be a short one, and if Dobson has the time to develop chemistry with Tom Brady during the spring, he'll have a great opportunity to emerge as the leading deep threat in New England.

RotoBaller | Sep 2nd
BALLER MOVE: Target ~ 120 or waiver wire pickup  (Current ADP: 139 or undrafted , WR: 62) ANALYSIS: Aaron Dobson spent a good part of his rookie season dealing with a nagging foot injury (stress fracture) which he addressed with surgery this off season. As he seems to finally be getting healthy in the last weeks before […]
EDSFootball | Jul 29th
When Patriots second-year wide receiver Aaron Dobson had foot surgery in March, the timetable for his return was two to three months. Four and a half months later, Dobson has yet to be cleared for training camp, but the surgery was more significant than initially thought as Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald notes: For Dobson, sources revealed a new detail about the March 10 surgery to repair a str...
EDSFootball | Jul 22nd
In addition to four rookies placed on the non-football injury (NFI) list, the Patriots placed five players on the team's Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list today. The good news is that tight end Rob Gronkowski (ACL) was not one of those added to the PUP list. Reports this offseason have suggested that he'd be ready to go Week 1. And on Friday, he said he is "planning on playing the whole ...