#80 Danny Amendola
Jan 27: Amendola (groin) played just more than 48 percent of the Patriots' offensive snaps in 2013, while starting six of the 12 regular season games that he played in, ESPN.com reports. The wideout finished the season with 54 catched (on 83 targets) for 633 yards and two TDs. Amendola caught 10 passes for 104 yards in Week 1, but a groin injury that he suffered in that contest presumably impacted the wideout all season, which paved the way for teammate Julian Edelman to carve out a role as QB Tom Brady's most trusted (and targeted) receiving weapon. There has been speculation that the Patriots might consider cutting ties with Amendola in order to free up some cap space to retain Edelman (who is headed for free agency), but we suspect that the team would prefer to see what a healthy Amendola can bring to the table, and the wideout now has the entire offseason to recover from his injury woes.
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