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It looks like the Patriots will have to depend on Zach Sudfeld, Jake Ballard and company at tight end to start the season.
Adam Schefter said "It's not realistic to expect Rob Gronkowski to play in the Patriots' season opener," on ESPN's NFL Insiders. Schefter said the Patriots are still deciding whether to start Gronkowski on the PUP list.
If Gronkowski starts the season on the physically unable to perform list, he'll have to miss at least the first six weeks of the season. After Week 6, the tight end can come off the PUP to practice and play in games.
Gronkowski has been spotted numerous times during Patriots training camp practice. He has looked slimmer than usual. The Patriots have Sudfeld, Ballard, Daniel Fells, Michael Hoomanawanui, Evan Landi and James Develin practicing at the position. Sudfeld and Ballard have been taking the majority of snaps with the first-teamers.
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According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, it’s “not realistic” for Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski to be ready for week one. It is “not realistic” to expect Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski to be ready to play regular-season opener at Buffalo, per source. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 19, 2013 Gronk is still recovering from back surgery and could end up on the PUP list...
While I am pretty sure that Adam Schefter of ESPN does not have a medical degree, his concern that Pittsburgh Steelers rookie running back Le’Veon Bell may have a suffered a Lisfranc injury Monday night in the loss to the Washington Redskins appears to be a legitimate one on the surface. RB Le'Veon Bell will […]
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ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported on NFL Insiders Monday that it’s not realistic to expect Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski to be available for the team’s Week 1 matchup against the Bills.
“I’m told it’s not realistic to expect him to play (Week 1),” said Schefter.
Schefter adds that New England will still need to decide whether or not to place Gronkowski on the PUP list, which...
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is still recovering from back and forearm surgeries that were performed in May and June, but it sounds like he is healing quickly. Gronkowski, who looked impressive in workouts earlier in the offseason before going under the knife again, could reportedly be back in time for Week 3 […]
There was an ESPN report today that says it would be a stretch for New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski to be ready for the teams opener. The report also quotes sources that say he “looks great, is doing great” but he’s still be doing nothing but running and lifting. The Boston Herald says that while he might not be ready for the opener, he’s right on pace to...
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, it's highly unlikely that Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski will be ready for Week 1 versus Buffalo.Fantasy Spin:The two-time Pro Bowler is still recovering from back surgery. The Boston Globe suggests Gronkowski is targeting mid-September for his return date.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, QB Tim Tebow‘s roster spot may be dependent on TE Rob Gronkowski‘s health.
“Should New England place Gronkowski on the PUP list, it would give the Patriots additional roster flexibility that could mean carrying a third quarterback,” writes Schefter.
However, should Gronkowski be healthy enough to not be placed on the PUP list, Tebow...
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reporter on the NFL Insiders yesterday that the foot infection that Carl Nicks is dealing with could force him to miss a month of football, according to Rick Stroud of the Tampa Times.
With Nicks out, Cody Wallace or Jamon Meredith will likely step in for Nicks.
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Rob Gronkowski is not expected to be ready to play in the New England Patriots’ season-opening game, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports. Boston Globe Patriots reporter Ben Volin agrees with the report. Gronk had back surgery on June 18 to repair a herniated disk. The All-Pro tight end had the same surgery in 2009 while in […]
The Pittsburgh Steelers have yet to address how long they expect rookie running back Le’Veon Bell to be sidelined with the mid-foot sprain he suffered Monday night against the Washington Redskins, but that hasn’t stopped the reports. Adam Schefter of ESPN is now reporting on Twitter Wednesday afternoon that Bell is expected to be out […]
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ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that 49ers RB Marcus Lattimore is not expected to play for the 49ers this season.
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Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that Titans WR Kendall Wright did not tear his ACL and has only knee sprain.
Initial reports had suggested that the second-year wide receiver might have torn his ACL during Saturday’s game against the Bengals. However, an MRI showed that the former Baylor Bear had suffered a sprain on his right knee.
The news comes as a huge sigh of relief for both...
The New Orleans Saints have released veteran quarterback Seneca Wallace.
Saints have released QB Seneca Wallace.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 19, 2013
The 33 year-old Wallace hasn’t played since he was with the Browns in 2011. Seems like his career could soon be over.
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On Tuesday, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported that Michael Vick has officially been named the Philadelphia Eagles' starter at quarterback.
According to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter, the New Orleans Saints have released quarterback Seneca Wallace.
Wallace, a ten year league veteran, signed with the Saints in April for just this season. He was slotted to make just $840,000 while competing for the backup job to Drew Brees.
Prior to his short stint with New Orleans, Wallace spent a couple years with the Cleveland Browns...