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.
ProFootballTalk | Jul 29th
The Patriots continue to wait for wide receiver Aaron Dobson to make his training camp debut and a new detail about his March foot surgery sheds some light on why things are progressing slowly. Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald reports that Dobson had a permanent screw inserted into his left foot to aid in…
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 ...
Fantasy Knuckleheads | Jul 18th
Is An Aaron Dobson Second Year Leap In Question
With all new receivers, and with question marks all across the offense last season the Patriots really could have benefited from a rookie stepping up and playing well consistently….. What they got instead was a man labelled “dropson” for the first half of the season. After being injured for the first few weeks of last […]
NFL.com | Jul 9th
In today's Three and Out: Patriots wide receiver Aaron Dobson is optimistic about being fully healthy in time for training camp.