New England Patriots wider receiver Aaron Dobson is ready to get back into the action after being sidelined for the past few games thanks to an injury.
The rookie had been a staple player in the Pats' offense before being ruled out with his injury and he admits it isn't easy sitting out and watching his teammates play.
"You know it’s tough," Dobson told NFL.com. "But I’m just trying to just get off that and just try to get back on the field. I’m just doing what I can in practice to try and improve.”
Dobson hopes to be included for the game against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday - a match that could shape the picture of the playoffs with only a game against the Buffalo Bills remaining.
Dobson suffered the injury to his foot while playing in the 34-31 win against the Denver Broncos in November and as a result has missed the games against the Houston Texans, the Cleveland Browns and the Miami Dolphins which ended in two wins and one loss for the New England side.
"It’s a little frustrating, but I’m just trying to keep my head in the right place, don’t lose track of what I’ve been doing, so I’m just trying to stay on the right track."
Dobson hopes to be included for the game against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday - with the Patriots hoping they can improve their form heading into the playoffs and make a charge for the Super Bowl.
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