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Patriots injury report, Week 9: Hernandez questionable for Bills game

New England is hoping for some better health as the team rolls into November.

Jim Rogash

The New England Patriots had a week of rest and relaxation to work on their injuries before playing the Buffalo Bills at Gillette Stadium in Week 10.

New England has a litany of players listed on their injury report, with none having a bigger name than star tight end Aaron Hernandez. The ex-Florida Gator standout has been hurt for most of the year and is still dealing with an ankle injury.

Hernandez didn't make the trip to London a week ago, and remains questionable for Week 10.

Offensive lineman Logan Mankins (calf) and safety Patrick Chung (quadriceps) are also key players who are questionable going into this week. Mankins is arguably the Patriots' best offensive lineman, and against a solid front four they could certainly use him in the fold.

Cornerback Kyle Arrington's availability is also unknown after sustaining a head injury against the St. Louis Rams. Losing Arrington would be a big blow to already suspect secondary.