Julian Edelman Facing Suspension

Julian Edelman Facing 4 Game Suspension


The TB12 method is now getting negative attention. Julian Edelman is facing a four-game suspension for PED use.  Julian Edelman has been working with Alex Guerrero lately as well as Tom Brady, and Chris Hogan. Edelman is coming off an  ACL injury that forced him to miss all of last season. Edelman has been a participant in all of the Patriots offseason workouts. With Edelman missing possibly the first four games depending on his appeal it could be a blow to the Patriots offense.

The question is, however, how much did Belichick know? Did Belichick know that the failed test was coming for Edelman? Did Brady know the failed test was coming that’s why he and Edelman were throwing in the practice bubble after OTA’s? Finally, what does this say about Alex Guerrero who really is front and center at this whole thing? Belichick doesn’t like Guerrero to begin with because of him getting in the way with the team training staff. Now with this information just coming out, Belichick must really have a huge smirk on his face about Alex Guerrero.

ESPN reported that none of the coaching staff knew about Edelman’s failed PED test. Maybe not everyone did but we all know Belichick did. Nothing gets by that coach, nothing. Do questions come to light about the TB12 method? Belichick doesn’t like the TB12 method. Just because he’s never said it publicly you can tell when he kicked Guerrero out of the locker room and gave him limited access. Next week is another voluntary program for players. With Edelman on the verge of being suspended will Brady show up next week? Or will he travel the world and throw a football off a yacht? If Edelman is suspended for four games and with no Amendola, it will be up to Hogan Gronkowski and rookies to carry the first month of the season. Good Luck.

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Julian Edelman of the New England Patriots.
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