Pats' Edelman, Jets' Gates suffer head injuries Print
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Thursday, 22 November 2012 17:55
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 EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) - New England wide receiver Julian Edelman has left the Patriots' game against the New York Jets with a head injury and his return is questionable.
Edelman was injured in the third quarter Thursday night on a helmet-to-helmet hit by LaRon Landry. Edelman returned a fumble 22 yards for a touchdown and caught a 56-yard pass for a score in the Patriots' 35-point second quarter before leaving with the injury.
Jets wide receiver Clyde Gates also left the game with a head injury and will not return. He was hurt after a 9-yard catch just before halftime on a hard hit by Kyle Arrington. Both players were shaken up, but walked gingerly off the field. Gates was taken immediately to the locker room.
 

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