Posts Tagged ‘Kevin faulk’

Giants at Patriots Friday Injury Report

NY Giants Out: T Stacy Andrews (back) Doubtful: C David Baas (knee), RB Ahmad Bradshaw (foot), WR Hakeem Nicks (hamstring) Questionable: CB Prince Amukamara (foot), FB Henry Hynoski (neck), DE Jason Pierre-Paul (neck) Probable: TE Bear Pascoe (finger), DE Justin Tuck (groin, back), DE Osi Umenyiora (knee, shoulder) New England Out: LB Dane Fletcher (thumb) […]

Patriots DL Ron Brace, RB Kevin Faulk removed from PUP

Defensive tackle Ron Brace hasn’t been a part of an organized Patriots practice in nearly ten months. The third-year defensive lineman out of Boston College, recovering from offseason elbow surgery, was lifted from the PUP list on Tuesday. Yet, it’s still unclear when he return to action for the AFC East-leading Patriots, who are on […]

Veteran RB Kevin Faulk Returns to the Patriots; Makins Inks Deal

Veteran RB Kevin Faulk is back with the Patriots according to Ian Rapoport of the Boston Herald. Faulk, who said he has no plans of retiring, will receive a shot to make the roster after all. After tearing his ACL last year, Faulk has rehabbed enough to take part in camp, though he’s not out […]

Patriots Free Agent RB Faulk Says He Won’t Retire

Free agent Patriots running back Kevin Faulk is coming off a torn ACL, is unsigned for next season, and turned 35 years old last week. Faulk not only has no plans to retire, but he hopes to return for a 13th season in Foxborough. “That word (retirement) is not in my vocabulary right now,” Faulk […]

Patriots RB Faulk to miss the remainder of 2010 with a torn ACL

New England Patriots running back Kevin Faulk has a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee, a league source confirmed Tuesday. The Boston Globe first reported the severity of the injury on Tuesday. The Patriots have not placed Faulk on injured reserve yet, but all indications are that his season is over. “They’re still working on […]

Belichick’s Gamble Falters, Colts Rally To Edge Patriots 35-34

The Indianapolis Colts have gone from winning games with relative ease to escaping by the skin of their teeth, so to speak. As luck would have it, Indianapolis’ opponent Sunday was the New England Patriots, led by Tom Brady. But an interesting thing happened at Lucas Oil Stadium. The Patriots would seal their fate not […]