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Amendola -- who has been participating the Patriots' voluntary workouts -- did not require surgery to address the groin injury that he dealt with last season, the Boston Herald reports. "I'm feeling great," said Amendola. "I'm anxious and ready to get back out on the field in OTAs and have a good offseason, have a good break after that, and come to training camp ready to go."
Amendola (groin) played just more than 48 percent of the Patriots' offensive snaps in 2013, while starting six of the 12 regular season games that he played in, ESPN.com reports. The wideout finished the season with 54 catched (on 83 targets) for 633 yards and two TDs.
Amendola (groin) could be in danger of being cut by the Patriots, according to the Boston Globe.
Amendola is hoping that his groin injury will heal with rest in the offseason, MassLive.com reports.