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Former Patriots teammates Julian Edelman, Danny Amendola working out in Miami

Former Patriots teammates Julian Edelman, Danny Amendola working out in Miami

Julian Edelman and Danny Amendola are busy training for the upcoming NFL season, and the two former New England Patriots  teammates currently are working out together in Miami.

Edelman posted a photo to his Instagram story Wednesday showing he and Amendola putting in a solid day's work down in Florida. Check it out below:

Edelman also posted this video to his Instagram page:

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South beach seam route. 🌴

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Edelman is coming off a tremendous 2018 season during which he won Super Bowl LIII MVP for the New England Patriots. Amendola, who played for the Patriots from 2013 through 2017, had a mediocre  2018 campaign for the Miami Dolphins, who released him before NFL free agency. The veteran wideout reportedly was interested in a return to New England but ultimately signed a one-year free-agent contract with the Detroit Lions.

Now they just need to get Patriots quarterback Tom Brady down to South Beach.

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Report: Julian Edelman, Ted Karras make trip with Patriots, Cowart out for Bengals game

Report: Julian Edelman, Ted Karras make trip with Patriots, Cowart out for Bengals game

Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman and center Ted Karras, who were each listed as questionable with injuries, made the trip to Cincinnati with the team Saturday but backup defensive tackle Byron Cowart was downgraded to out with a concussion, according to ESPN's Mike Reiss.

Edelman, the team's leading receiver, has been battling shoulder and ankle injuries. Karras, the starting center, missed the loss to the Kansas City Chiefs last Sunday with a knee injury. Both were limited in practice this week. 

The Patriots (10-3), coming off back-to-back losses to the Houston Texans and Chiefs, play the Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium on Sunday at 1 p.m.

Patriots-Bengals Preview from Tom E. Curran: No cinch in Cincy

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Patriots-Bengals Preview from Tom E. Curran: No cinch in Cincy

Here we have two teams at opposite ends of the food chain. The 10-3 Patriots and the 1-12 Bengals. Unfortunately, they have one thing in common. Neither one scores much. The Bengals high for the season is 23 points and that was in Week 4. They’ve only scored more than 20 points twice. 

The Patriots have scored fewer than three offensive touchdowns in five out of six games and the lone game they scored three – in Houston – two came in the very late stages after falling behind 21-3. So this game has the potential to look like a Patriots-Bengals from the not-so-distant past. Not the “On to Cincinnati” game people remember from 2014, but the ugly slog in the rain a year earlier when the Patriots lost 13-6 at Cincy. 

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So many elements are the same now for the Patriots offense – limited talent at wideout and a lack of protection up front. 

Because of the Patriots' offensive struggles, what seemed for months like a simple walkover has the potential to be uncomfortably competitive.