FOXBORO — Forget the injury reports, Danny Amendola has removed any questions from the equation.
Amendola declared himself “good to go” tomorrow when the Patriots host the Texans at Gillette Stadium.
And his banged-up teammate, Rob Gronkowski, ended any confusion about his playing status and his balky groin for this week with a similarly clear declaration yesterday.
“Am I good to go? Yeah, I’m good to go,” Gronkowski said. “I’m ready.”
Amendola suffered a concussion in the season opener against the Chiefs, but he left no room for interpretation when discussing the injury for the first time.
“I feel really good. I had a strong week,” Amendola said. “It was rough sitting out last week, watching the guys get out there. They played really well. I was excited to get back out there this week, get back to work, and we’ve got a good team coming in here with the Texans.”
Gronkowski left last week’s win in New Orleans with a groin injury, but quelled fears a day later saying it was “nothing serious.”
The tight end was listed as questionable on the injury report, and said his groin has responded favorably on the practice field this week.
“Good. It felt good,” Gronkowski said. “Last two days, three days,…