What Will The Patriots O-Line Look Like On Sunday?

December 17, 2013 2:38 PM
What Will The Patriots O-Line Look Like On Sunday?
" BOSTON (CBS) – Shalise Manza Young of the Boston Globe was a guest of the Toucher and Rich show on Tuesday morning and expressed concern for the unit responsible for protecting quarterback Tom Brady.

Nate Solder is believed to have suffered his second concussion in as many weeks this past Sunday and his status for the Baltimore game is uncertain.

“He suffered a concussion during the playoffs last year so he’s had a couple in under a years time, so that’s obviously something to keep an eye on. Guys all rebound differently from them, there really is no diagnosis,” said Shalise.

“It’s a fine line. As we know now, you’re not just taking a guy’s short term future into your hands, but also a guy’s long term future if you rush him.”

The situation was so dire against the Dolphins that All Pro left guard Logan Mankins had to slide over to left tackle "

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