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Free Agency has taken over the NFL, meaning what's going on with New England Patriots Tight End Rob Gronkowski has been pretty quiet. However, when Bill Belichick stepped up to the plate to answer some questions in Phoenix, he was asked about Gronkowski, and it was a pretty standard affair at first. (Source)
Question No. 1: “Do you feel Rob is on a good medical track to be ready for training camp?”
“Well, that’s a long way away,” Belichick said. “A lot of players have a lot of things to do between now and then. Coaches, for that matter, in terms of just getting ready for the season. I’m sure, hopefully, everyone will be working hard at it. We’ll see how it comes out.”
Standard. Not pissed yet.
Question No. 2: “Have you been happy with the way he’s been attentive to how he’s dealt with his rehab?”
Belichick: “With his rehab? I mean, again, I think every player has a process they go through to get ready for the offseason program and training camp. Every
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Patriots head coach Bill Belichick appeared to be in no mood to address tight end Rob Gronkowski's partying ways when asked about them by a reporter.
According to Shalise Manza Young of the Boston Globe, while talking to Patriots head coach Bill Belehick today at the NFL owners meetings, he didn’t sound very happy about tight end Rob Gronkowski.
this did come through loud and clear: Belichick is *not* happy with Gronk
— shalise manza young (@shalisemyoung) March 19, 2013
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