According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, after spraining his ankle during the winter, Patriots running back Brandon Bolden is hoping to be ready for training camp in a couple of weeks.
New England Patriots running back Brandon Bolden sprained his ankle last winter and was unable to run during any part of the team’s offseason training program, according to league sources.
Bolden suffered the ankle sprain while lifting weights on his own, when he didn’t have his ankle planted correctly, a source familiar with the injury said. He is scheduled to meet with team trainers on Monday and believes his ankle has healed sufficiently, according to a source.
Bolden still attended the Patriots’ program, but couldn’t participate in drills. He is hoping and expecting to be ready for the start of training camp on July 25. Being that it was the offseason, New England opted to be cautious with him, holding him out of drills with the hope of having him ready for summer training camp.