Danny Amendola injury: Patriots WR leaves game with groin injury, per report

Kevin Hoffman-USA TODAY Sports

Danny Amendola limped to the locker room with a groin injury.

New England Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola left Sunday's game against the Buffalo Bills with an apparent groin injury. Amendola limped off to the locker room shortly before the end of the first half, looking to favor his groin. There is no word yet on whether he will return.

Amendola has been dealing with a groin injury throughout most of training camp and preseason, and it appears he has aggravated it. He has had a long injury history in his NFL career, missing 15 games in the past two years.

Amendola had three catches for 46 yards before leaving the game. If he is unable to return, the Patriots will be thin at receiver after declaring Aaron Dobson inactive. Julian Edelman and Kenbrell Thompkins look to get more targets from Tom Brady. Edelman already has two touchdowns on the day. The Patriots lead the Bills, 17-7, at the end of the second half.

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