"Ask Bill [Belichick]. I’m taking it day by day and I think I’m 10 seconds better than the last 10 seconds, so we’re good," Edelman said.
"Any time you’re not able to go out there and play it’s difficult, but it’s part of the game," he said. "I’m just working hard, doing everything I can each and every day to improve myself each and every day."
When asked if he’s in game shape, Edelman said: "It’s one of those things where I don’t have an answer to -- I don’t know. We’ll see."
With still a while to go, it doesn't quite seem as dire as the headline indicates. Edelman feels he's getting better and it's clearly up to Belichick when Edelman takes to the field. The Patriots' receiver suffered the injury on Aug. 2 and said he’s been taking a lot of mental reps and is doing anything he can to stay mentally prepared for when he’s given medical clearance. He said it’s been difficult to watch from the outside while the team is already two games into the exhibition schedule.