Amendola, when healthy, is a reliable pass catcher that’s shifty and can escape tackles. The operative phrase being “when healthy.”
In his five seasons he’s played all 16 games just one time, and a number of different injuries have hampered his promising career — his high-water mark coming in 2010 when he led the league in all-purpose yards.
98.5 The Sports Hub’s The Adam Jones Show had Amendola on Tuesday night to discuss his upcoming charity event, offseason workouts and preview the 2014 season, but it was cut short when Adam Jones started pressing the receiver on injury questions.
“You’ve had a fairly extensive injury history through the course of your career and your time in the league. You’ve been described as injury prone, or fragile or even unlucky "
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