Found February 10, 2012 on Billboard:
---Liz Mullen of the SportsBusiness Journal first reported that Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski underwent surgery today on the ankle that hindered his performance in last Sunday's Super Bowl. Gronkowski is expected to be fully ready for the start of OTAs. ---Rodney McKissic (    

Rob Gronkowski parties after Super Bowl loss (Video)

For those of you that thought a Super Bowl loss would keep New England Patriots tight-end Rob Gronkowski down, you don't know Rob Gronkowski. Check out these videos of Gronk partying the night away with teammate Matt Light and cheering up some of the Patriots fans around him with his dance moves: (Courtesy of The Nosebleeds)

Report: Rob Gronkowski Undergoes Successful Surgery for Injured Left Ankle

The saga revolving around Rob Gronkowski's high ankle sprain is heading to its end. The Patriots tight end reportedly underwent successful arthroscopic surgery on his left ankle, according to ESPN. Gronkowski had injured his ankle in the AFC Championship, but the Patriots tight end toughed it out and was able to play in Super Bowl two weeks later. Problem was, "Gronk"...

Patriots Prez Jonathan Kraft offers caution to those who criticize Rob Gronkowski’s party antics

The criticism of TE Rob Gronkowski’s post-partying antics has come steadily in the past few days, including from ex-Patriots S Rodney Harrison. Yes, apparently after the best season ever for a tight end and playing on a badly sprained ankle, Gronk should have gone home and sat quietly after the season was over. Whatever. Today, team president Jonathan Kraft spoke with ESPN Boston...

Mac's Football Blog: Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski Undergoes Ankle Surgery

Mac's Football Blog: Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski Undergoes Ankle Surgery: According to Mullen, the...

Jonathan Kraft backs Rob Gronkowski

Rob Gronkowski has received plenty of criticism for dancing and partying after the Patriots’ Super Bowl loss Sunday. Former Patriots safety Rodney Harrison blasted Gronk’s behavior, saying the young tight end needs to grow up. Team president Jonathan Kraft backed his star player during a radio interview Friday. “One thing I do know is the guy is 100 percent a passionate when...

Rodney Harrison rips Rob Gronkowski

By Mike McDermott

Gronkowski played in the Super Bowl with multiple torn ligaments

According to Shalise Manza Young of the Boston Globe, New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski had multiple torn ligaments in his ankle, which was the reason he underwent surgery on Friday. Now we know why Gronkowski’s agent Drew Rosenhaus said that he wouldn’t have played if last week’s game wasn’t the Super Bowl. Gronkowski’s injured ankle limited him to two receptions...

Jermichael Finley: Dominant TE’s may become a necessity

Potential free agent Jermichael Finley of the Green Bay Packers has had sporadic contact with the team since the end of the season and remains hopeful that a long-term deal will get done before the team must decide whether to use the franchise tag on him. With a complete revolution of the tight end position sparked by Rob Gronkowski of the New England Patriots and Jimmy Graham of...

ESPN’s Rose apologizes for calling Gronkowski “white boy wasted”

The controversy surrounding Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski, who has been criticized for partying after New England lost Super Bowl XLVI, took a different turn on Thursday morning when an ESPN commentator called Gronkowski “white boy wasted,” then apologized about an hour later. Jalen Rose, the former NBA player who is now an ESPN analyst,…

Ex-Pat Harrison: Gronk partying 'not right'

ormer New England Patriots safety Rodney Harrison had some harsh words for tight end Rob Gronkowski on Tuesday.
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