Not only did the New England Patriots shockingly lose to the Arizona Cardinals Sunday (seriously...look it up), but the team also suffered a serious setback on offense.
Third-year tight end Aaron Hernandez suffered what is believed to be a high-ankle sprain in the loss that could sideline him up to six weeks.
However, as is the usually the case, getting concrete injury information out of the Patriots is slightly harder than stealing nuclear secrets from the Chinese, and head coach Bill Belichick was his usually open self when discussing the injury, according to the Associated Press via USA Today:
"No," was all he [Belichick] said Monday when asked if he had any preliminary idea of how long Hernandez would be out. Asked if Hernandez had broken any bones, Belichick said, "I don't really have any update on his status. I think they're still looking at him."
Thanks for clarifying, coach.