Danny Amendola RUMORS & NEWS

  • Patriots' Danny Amendola: Cleared from concussion protocol

    CBS Sports "Amendola has been cleared from the NFL's concussion protocol, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports. Amendola, who was forced out of the Patriots' season opener against the Chiefs in the second half, was thus able to participate in practice Wednesday. " September 20

  • Danny Amendola suffers head injury in Patriots' loss

    NFL.com "Danny Amendola's promising opening night was cut short. The Patriots wide receiver did not return to New England's 42-27 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs after suffering a head injury in the second half. Amendola was Tom Brady's top-targeted receiver at the time of his exit, hauling in six..." September 08

  • Danny Amendola geared up to give punt returning a try

    Boston Herald "Danny Amendola will take the ball as much as they’ll give it to him. Surely, his importance to Tom Brady heightened in the wake of receiver Julian Edelman’s torn ACL, and the offensive influence carries the most weight. But the Patriots also have a vacant job at punt returner with Cyrus Jones’..." September 05

  • Patriots' Amendola not considering retirement

    ESPN "The possibility of retiring after Super Bowl LI never crossed receiver Danny Amendola's mind. Neither did playing for an organization other than the New England Patriots. So for the third straight offseason, Amendola accepted a pay cut to remain with the franchise. “I love playing for this..." August 06

  • Danny Amendola has a new side career, signs deal with fashion model agency

    CBS Sports "New England Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola is preparing for life after football, while still playing football. Amendola this week signed a contract with Ford Models, a fashion model agency. Here are the details, via a profile of Amendola in GQ. As of this week Amendola became Ford..." July 13

  • Danny Amendola reportedly on roster bubble with Patriots

    Larry Brown Sports "Danny Amendola recently agreed to take a pay cut with the New England Patriots for a third straight year, but that does not make him a lock to make the 53-man roster. With the Patriots having signed veteran wide receiver Andrew Hawkins last week, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com speculates the battle for..." May 28