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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 the New Orleans Saints, the need for a dominant TE may become a necessity for some teams. Finley is looking to cash in on a huge contract, but dropped a number of passes this season. At times he also complained that he wasn’t getting the ball thrown his way enough. However, he is a match up problem for opposing defenses and after witnessing the success of Gronkowski and Graham teams may reach for his services. Finley did set career highs with 767 yards and eight touchdowns in 2011 and did improve as a blocker. While he might not be worth the type of money Rob Gronkowski is, it’s Finley’s contract that is up. As the Lions, 49ers, and Giants only look to improve the Packers may want to pony up before they [...]
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Tight end Rob Gronkowski came under fire this week after he was filmed dancing on his injured ankle the night the Patriots lost Super Bowl XLVI. But while many fans and even media members were critical of Gronk, Pats owner Robert Kraft said he has no problem with the second-year player's actions. "I actually have only heard about it. I haven't seen the video," Kraft...
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski had arthroscopic surgery Friday on the left ankle that hampered him in the Super Bowl, according to the Sports Business Journal.Click to Continue »
Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski had ankle surgery, according to a source.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) -- New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski had arthroscopic surgery on his left ankle Friday.
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski had arthroscopic surgery on his injured left ankle Friday.
In a throwback rivalry game last night, the Lakers faced off against the Boston Celtics. The Lakers won this game in overtime (SLOPPY play) but in the crowd, Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski. After the game, Rob posed for a photo with Kobe Bryant who admitted that he was trying to recruit Gronk for “his” team, [...]
Most of the Patriots players played spectacular during last Sunday's game, however there were some players that fell short (and most of them were on the receiving corp).
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Kobe Bryant was in Boston to play the Celtics. After Kobe took care of business by beating the C’s, he had the opportunity to meet the Patriots party boy tight end Rob Gronkowski. The Mamba and Gronk would be unstoppable if they ever joined forces. -TO
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