Aaron Dobson (foot surgery) confirms he's "optimistic" he'll be ready for training camp.
MassLive.com reports "there is now optimism" second-year Patriots WR Aaron Dobson (foot surgery) will be ready for training camp.
The Boston Globe's Chad Finn said Patriots WR Aaron Dobson could emerge as a "downfield threat" if healthy.
Aaron Dobson (foot surgery) remains on track for training camp despite sitting out all of OTAs and minicamp.
Aaron Dobson (foot surgery) is not participating in the Patriots' June minicamp.
ESPN Boston's Mike Reiss says this is Aaron Dobson's "year to emerge."
Former NFL Personnel man Gil Brandt says Aaron Dobson has "some special stuff about him."
Aaron Dobson underwent surgery on Monday, March 10 to repair the stress fracture in his left foot.
The stress fracture in Aaron Dobson's left foot has still not healed.
ESPN Boston calls Aaron Dobson's development a "critical part of the Patriots' passing game going forward."
Aaron Dobson was held to two catches for 33 yards in the Patriots' AFC title game loss to Denver.
After observing Sunday's pre-game warmups, Nick Underhill of Mass Live Sports came away believing Aaron Dobson (foot) "still has a slight limp."
Aaron Dobson (foot) is active for Sunday's AFC Championship game versus the Broncos.
Aaron Dobson (foot) is listed as questionable for Week 20.