Sebastian Vollmer Injury UpdateUp to the minute news and rumors on Sebastian Vollmer's injury
Right tackle Sebastian Vollmer underwent surgery Monday to repair a broken bone in his lower right leg, a league source told the Globe. Vollmer was injured in the second quarter of Sunday’s game when he was rolled up on from behind by Miami’s Randy Starks.
The Patriots officially placed Sebastian Vollmer on season-ending injured reserve today. The right tackle underwent surgery yesterday to repair a broken bone in his right leg. Vollmer suffered the injury in second quarter of Sundays win over the Dolphins.With Vollmer out, Marcus Cannon is the next-man-up.
The Patriots placed Sebastian Vollmer on injured reserve Tuesday, which means the 2013 season has come to an end for the right tackle. Vollmer suffered a right leg injury in the first half of Sunday’s win over the Dolphins, and was replaced in the lineup by Marcus Cannon. He underwent surgery on the leg early [...]
FOXBORO — Tom Brady is already on pace for a career high in sacks. Now, the Patriots have to find a way to prevent that from happening without the help of their second-highest-paid offensive lineman.Right tackle Sebastian Vollmer underwent surgery yesterday to repair the broken leg he suffered during Sunday’s victory against the Dolphins, a source told the Herald. The Patriots haven’t placed Vollmer on injured reserve, but the significance of the injury obviously paints a bleak outlook on any chance for him to return this season.
Sebastian Vollmer is scheduled to have surgery to repair a broken bone in his right leg on Monday, according to Karen Guregian of the Boston Herald. The right tackle, who has been a starter for the Patriots since he arrived as a rookie in 2009, went down in the first half of Sunday’s win over [...]
Patriots right tackle Sebastian Vollmer is expected to have surgery today to repair a broken bone in his right leg, according to a source. Obviously, this news paints an ominous outlook for him returning to play season.Vollmer got rolled up by Dolphins defensive lineman Randy Starks in the first half of yesterday's 27-17 victory. The sense then wasn't particularly good, given the right tackle was immediately wrapped with an air cast and carted into the locker room.
When starting right tackle Sebastian Vollmer remained down on the ground in the second quarter of Sunday's win against the Miami Dolphins, and could be heard screaming in pain on the television broadcast and was later carted to the locker room, it had all the makings of a season-ending situation. Thus, it was little surprise that the Boston Herald is reporting Vollmer underwent surgery Monday to repair a broken bone in his right leg. Let's focus on the trickle-down effect this has on the offensive line depth chart: Marcus Cannon: The third-year player from Texas Christian has been the...
FOXBORO — The painful screams were heard by everyone on the field, plus the television audience, and the sting of Sebastian Vollmer’s nasty right leg injury was felt by his teammates throughout the day.Vollmer got rolled up by Dolphins defensive lineman Randy Starks in the first half yesterday during the Patriots’ 27-17 victory at Gillette Stadium, and the popular right tackle was immediately wrapped with an air cast and carted into the locker room.
FOXBOROUGH — Add another player to the list of Patriots starters sidelined by serious injuries.
FOXBORO — Patriots starting right tackle Sebastian Vollmer suffered a gruesome right leg injury in the second quarter of Sunday’s game against the Dolphins. During a Stevan Ridley run play to the right, Vollmer had his legs rolled up on by a pile and he immediately went to the ground screaming and yelling. He was [...]
Patriots right tackle Sebastian Vollmer suffered a right leg injury in the second quarter of Sunday's game against the Miami Dolphins.
Patriots offensive lineman Sebastian Vollmer joined Mut & Merloni to discuss the team’s 30-23 win over the Falcons on Sunday and the reported season-ending injury to defensive lineman Vince Wilfork. Wilfork reportedly tore his Achilles tendon in the first quarter at the Georgia Dome. “I truly don’t know what the injury is,” Vollmer said. “You don’t want [...]
ATLANTA -- Starting right tackle Sebastian Vollmer and running back/kickoff returner Leon Washington, both of whom were questionable on Friday's injury report, have made the trip with the Patriots. That means they still have a chance to play in Sunday night's game against the Falcons. Vollmer missed the second half of the team's 22-3 win over the Buccaneers on Sept. 22 with a foot injury, while Washington was inactive for the game with a thigh injury.
Sebastian Vollmer took the first rep of 11-on-11 work during pregame warmups, so he looks good to go as the starting right tackle.Alfonzo Dennard started over Kyle Arrington at right cornerback, and that was to be expected with Kyle Arrington's groin injury. Arrington will get his share of playing time, but the Patriots are expected to manage his reps, which should give Logan Ryan some significant opportunities.
The injury news isnt all bad.Right tackle Sebastian Vollmer traveled with the Patriots to Atlanta and is likely to play, a source told Karen Guregian.Vollmer suffered a sprained foot last week against the Buccaneers and missed practice Wednesday and Thursday before returning to the field yesterday.
There is some good news on the injury front for the Patriots as starting right tackle Sebastian Vollmer made the trip with the team and is expected to play, according to a report from the Boston Herald’s Karen Guregian. Vollmer sustained a sprained foot in the first half of last Sunday’s game against the Buccaneers [...]
FOXBORO — After returning to practice Friday morning with heavy white tape on his left foot, Sebastian Vollmer may or may not start at right tackle for the Patriots Sunday night in Atlanta. If his foot injury keeps him out of the game, the Patriots, as they did in the second half last Sunday, will [...]
It's too soon to know whether right tackle Sebastian Vollmer's will be available for Sunday night's game in Atlanta, but we know now that he's dealing with a foot injury that kept him off the practice field on Wednesday and Thursday. The Patriots hope to return the massive tackle to the lineup as soon as possible, as he presents one of the best players on their offense and is a stabilizing force as both a run blocker and pass protector. Thinking back to the four-year contract that Vollmer signed this offseason, a couple of details stand out as it relates to his injury and the potential...
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- For the second consecutive day, starting right tackle Sebastian Vollmer and special-teams captain Matthew Slater were the lone Patriots not spotted at practice. On Wednesday's injury report, it was revealed that Vollmer is dealing with a foot issue that cost him half of the offensive snaps during a Week 3 win against Tampa Bay. Slater, meanwhile, remains out due to a wrist injury. As has been the case, tight end Rob Gronkowski and wide receiver Danny Amendola were on the practice field again for a shells-and-helmets workout, as each is hopeful to return soon from their...
With right tackle Sebastian Vollmer out of commission at practice this week, Marcus Cannon and Will Svitek have earned the starting reps in case Vollmer can't play against the Falcons.Cannon would likely get the nod because he filled in last week and played well in Vollmer's place last Thanksgiving, though the competition might have played out differently in training camp if both Cannon and Svitek didn't deal with injuries.
The Patriots injury report for Thursday was the same as it was on Wednesday, with right tackle Sebastian Vollmer and special teams captain Matthew Slater the only two to register DNPs. Meanwhile, wide receiver Danny Amendola, linebacker Jerod Mayo, running backs Brandon Bolden and Leon Washington and tight end Rob Gronkowski were among those limited. [...]
The sight of right tackle Sebastian Vollmer leaving Gillette Stadium in a walking boot Sunday night appeared ominous, especially in wake of all the bad luck the Patriots have had on the injury front.Only, this doesn’t appear too serious, or something that will keep Vollmer out a considerable period of time.According to a source, Vollmer suffered a “foot sprain.” While his status for Sunday night’s game in Atlanta remains in doubt, he appears to be more of a day-to-day proposition rather than being out for several weeks.
Right tackle Sebastian Vollmer missed his first practice of the season today with a foot sprain, which puts his status for Sunday in question.Vollmer missed the second half of the Bucs game with the injury and left Gillette Stadium in a walking boot. Karen Guregian reported yesterday the sprain is more of a day-to-day operation than something long term. However, his absence today isn't a good sign for the Falcons game.
By Paul Kenyon Right tackle Sebastian Vollmer was not present at Patriots practice Wednesday in the time it was open to the media. Vollmer suffered a foot injury in Sunday's victory over Tampa Bay and was seen leaving Gillette Stadium with a boot on his foot. It is being reported that he suffered a sprained foot, which would not be a major injury but could be enough to keep him out of Sunday night's game in Atlanta. Marcus Cannon replaced him on Sunday and likely would do so again if Vollmer cannot go. Atlanta has seven sacks on the season, the same total as the...
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Starting right tackle Sebastian Vollmer, who didn't play in the second half of Sunday's 23-3 win over the Buccaneers after injuring his foot, was not present for the start of practice Wednesday. The Boston Herald reported that Vollmer has a sprained foot. In Vollmer's absence Sunday, third-year player Marcus Cannon stepped in at right tackle. The Patriots' depth would also get a boost if veteran Will Svitek, a swing tackle and guard who missed the first three games with a knee injury, returns to action.
The sight of Sebastian Vollmer leaving Gillette Stadium Sunday in a walking boot wasn't particularly comforting in wake of all the injury news of late. But this doesn't appear too serious, or something that will keep him out a considerable period of time.According to a source, the right tackle suffered a "foot sprain.'' While his status for Sunday night's game remains in doubt, he appears to be more along the lines of a day-to-day proposition, as opposed to being out for several weeks.