Yesterday we heard that the Patriots will welcome three major players in 2021, but the prospect of another veteran is still uncertain. Reported by Ian Rapoport of NFL.com (via Twitter), with extensive participation by veterans Julian Edelman Will continue to recover and recover from knee injuries, which shortened his 2020 campaign.
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Rapoport pointed out that Edelman still wants to play next season, but his main concern is whether his knee can withstand the severe test of another season in the new season. No decision has been made yet, but Edelman’s status in 2021 will be directly attributed to his health. If he feels he has overcome his knee injury, then he is likely to play.
The 34-year-old player appeared in the first six games of the New England 2020 season. (Partly) because he saw goals from: Canton Newton, Jarrett Stidham, with Brian Hoyer instead Tom Brady, Edelman strives to come up with consistent numbers. Except for the performance of 8 goals and 179 yards in the second week, the range of the game was limited to 13 yards and 136 yards of receiving, and he did not score in the other 5 games.
Of course, the former Super Bowl MVP is only one season away from 1,000 yards, so it may be too early to write off Edelman.This veteran is also currently the only reliable delivery option on the New England roster; the first round N’Keal Harry Struggling in his first two NFL seasons, the team has set its sights on free agents that were not drafted Jakobi Meyers with Gunner Olszewski The top of the depth map. If Edelman is healthy enough to play next season, then we should set a statistical rebound.
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