FOXBOROUGH, Massachusetts – New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman, who missed the first three and a half thumbs training camp, was removed from the non-football injury list, ESPN & apos; s Field Yates source.
Edelman participated in his first practice on Monday and immediately shot to the top of the receiver depth chart. Super Bowl LIII Most valuable player is quarterback Tom Brady, especially in critical situations. In three playoff games last year, Edelman collected 26 catches for 388 yards (an average of 14.9). The 115 years after Edelman's career caught on after the second series, following Jerry Rice (151).
The Patriots have been thin at receiver in recent practices due to a number of injuries, but Edelman's return – combined with Josh Gordon's conditional reinstatement – has changed his perspective. Gordon remains on the non-football injury list for now.
Prior to Monday's training, coach Bill Belikik was asked about the race that unfolded at receiver, and noted a group of receivers who still did not need to train – a reference to Edelman, Gordon, Cameron Meredith (injury list without football) and Demarius Thomas (physically unable to complete the list).
"There are still a lot of people we haven't seen actively on the pitch so it 's determined," he said.
Edelman is no longer on this list for the Patriots hosting the Carolina Panthers on Thursday night in preseason action.