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Dec 2, 2015 7:39 PM

Drive for Five: Patriots looking to bounce back from loss

FOXBOROUGH- The Patriots' injuries keep mounting. Rob Gronkowski went down in Denver with a knee injury. Reports say it's just a bruised bone but even when he returns, there are a lot of questions about how the refs will treat him.

Gronk has more offensive pass interference calls than any player in the league this season. Many feel he's being unfairly targeted, including the tight end himself. Tom Brady gave his take today on officiating.

"We're just going to try to do our job and we'll let them do the officiating. Coach talks to them all the time and tries to fill us in on those conversations," said Brady.

The good news is that the Patriots could have Danny Amendola back. He was seen practicing today and said he plans to play as soon as he can. Also practicing was newcomer Damaris Johnson, a former Eagles and Texans receiver who the Patriots signed yesterday.

"I was kind of, I was real excited," said Johnson, former teammate of Patriots' Dion Lewis. "It just felt good, just to know that someone actually acknowledged what you have done and what you can do."

The Patriots practice included Dont'a Hightower (injury) and Jamie Collins (illness).

The Patriots host the Eagles on Sunday and we will have all you Patriots coverage Live at 10pm on NH1 News following the game.

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