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NFL: Initial review indicates Azteca in good shape

Edelman limped from the field after suffering the non-contact injury on an 18-yard catch and run. He briefly spent time in the sideline medical tent before being carted to the locker room. The wideout was seen being carted to the team bus with crutches at the end of the Patriots’ 30-28 win over the Detroit Lions.

The injury is a tough blow for Brady’s favorite target. Edelman was eating up Lions defenders, catching three passes for 53 yards on the opening drive before the injury.

“I mean, I feel like he was trying to push me a little bit and made the play,” Gronkowski continued. “I just don’t understand why there wasn’t a flag. A couple times in the game. They are calling me for the craziest, craziest stuff ever and it’s just like, crazy. I mean, like what am I supposed to do? And then they don’t call that, I mean. It was just frustration and that’s what happened.”

Including the final call, Gronk earned three penalties in the second half. The other two flags wiped out two Patriots receptions for a combined 18 yards.

Following the devastating 7.1-magnitude earthquake that left more than 200 people dead in Mexico this week, the NFL is evaluating whether a Nov. 19 game between the Oakland Raiders and New England Patriots at Estadio Azteca in Mexico City will proceed as scheduled.

NFL executive vice president for international Mark Waller said during a conference call Wednesday that stadium officials are conducting a full review of the stadium, which is expected to be finished Thursday night.

As you might have been aware, Tom Brady happens to be married to the most famous Gisele in the world. According to ESPN.com, the Gilmores did not factor the super-famous Gisele, wife of Tom, into their naming decision.

It would be a really terrific controversy if it were revealed Brady had baby naming rights baked into Gilmore’s contract. That would be weird.

Week 3 is wrapping up and chaos rolls on. Backfields continue to turn over and the new realities the NFL reveals constantly remind us not to cling to our conceived notions. It’s a reminder that pain is always present in the joy that is fantasy football. Now we must look forward to options to assist in beefing up our fake teams to move forward, whether it be long-term replacements or a streamer just to get by.

It’s just those sort of symptoms that the Deep Dive is prescribed to help alleviate. NFL Fantasy’s editorial overlord Alex Gelhar dutifully attacks the waiver wire to give you the top adds for the coming week in hopes of bolstering your roster. However, in this area, we’ll look at options to help those of you looking to go a little bit further down the rabbit hole, whether you play in a deeper format or are at the mercy of your incredibly sharp league-mates who scour the waiver wire relentlessly. A player can only qualify for the deep dive if they’re owned in less than 10 percent of NFL.com leagues. With that, here are 11 players you can consider adding before Week 4 either as deep FLEX plays or simply as bench stashes.

Speaking at an event in New York on Tuesday, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft offered insight into his thoughts and feelings about how the team overcame adversity during its Super Bowl LI run last season.

During a wide-ranging interview at the Bloomberg Breakaway Summit, Kraft expressed his feelings about Tom Brady’s four-game Deflategate suspension and talked about the Patriots’ 25-point comeback against the Atlanta Falcons in the Super Bowl.