Report: Patriots’ Jarrett Stidham Back At Practice Following Tests On Upper Leg

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Patriots quarterback Jarrett Stidham was back at practice on Friday after he reportedly was taken to the hospital to have tests done on his leg.

“Patriots’ QB Jarrett Stidham was taken to a local hospital on Thursday for precautionary tests on his upper leg that came back negative, per league sources,” ESPN Senior NFL insider Adam Schefter captioned his post on Instagram Friday. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)


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“Stidham returned to the team this morning and went through practice Friday, though with a lighter load than usual,” he added.  (RELATED: New England Patriots Draft Quarterback Jarrett Stidham)

According to a report by the NFL Network, the concern was over an injury to Stidham‘s hip, per

The report noted that the QB reportedly might not be at 100% for “several weeks.”

The young passer, who is vying for the starting QB spot with newcomer Cam Newton and veteran Brian Hoyer, was seen throwing passes to Julian Edelman during a portion of the practice Friday.