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The New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft updated the media on the status of his mischievous starting tight end Rob Gronkowski.
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The never-ending saga of Rob Gronkowski‘s forearm continues. Contrary to recent reports, the Patriots tight end will need a fourth surgery, according to the Boston Herald. The real question is whether a fifth surgery is needed. The fourth surgery on Gronkowski’s broken forearm will be to remove the current plate that is in place. If signs of infection are gone, the plate can...
According to the Boston Herald, New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski will undergo a fourth surgery on his forearm to remove the plate that’s currently securing the broken bone in his forearm.
This surgery has to happen, but there’s also a chance Gronk may have to undergo a fifth operation, per the Herald.
If tests show the infection has been completely flushed out, the...
While we are still a few weeks away from finding out if New
England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski requires another surgery on his
injured left forearm, one person who has seen the Pro Bowler told Mike Reiss of
ESPN Boston that he “looks great.”
Last month, Gronkowski and the Patriots were taking a wait-and-see approach when it came to the tight end’s injured arm. What...
Rob Gronkowski is waiting to hear whether he will need a fourth surgery on his troublesome forearm, but it sounds like he’s doing pretty well in the meantime.
Gronk broke his forearm while blocking on an extra point in a Week 11 win over the Indianapolis Colts in November. He returned in Week 17, but he re-broke the forearm in the team’s playoff victory over the Houston Texans...
There’s still uncertainty surrounding Rob Gronkowski‘s ailing forearm, but for now it looks the there’s some good news.
Gronkowski has not needed a fourth surgery to clear an infection yet, and it appears it may be avoided. There will be a definitive answer in “a couple of weeks,” according to ESPN.com.
Gronkowski “looks great” in offseason workouts at the Patriots’...
I don’t know who GRONK’s surgeons are, but they seem to be having a hard time getting his forearm right. It appears he is heading for surgery for the 4th time.
The Patriots tight end will need a fourth surgery, according to the Boston Herald. The real question is whether a fifth surgery is needed. The fourth surgery on Gronkowski’s broken forearm will be to remove the current...
Karen Guregian of the Boston Herald reports that Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski will in fact need a fourth surgery to change a plate that was inserted after he suffered a broken forearm.
It was reported over the weekend that Gronkowski’s situation was in a holding pattern as they were hoping that antibiotic treatment would finally eliminate the infection in his left forearm...
The Patriots and Rob Gronkowski waited out April to see if an infection had cleared out of the tight ends fractured and infected left forearm.
Gronkowski has been a major part of the Patriots offensive game plan and should a fourth surgery be needed his status of Week 1 would be jeopardized.
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According to ESPN Boston there have been “no...
Awhile ago it was reported that Patriots star tight end could have to have a fourth surgery on his twice broken forearm. The reason being, there was an infection that would not go away. The surgery could keep Gronk out of all of training camp and perhaps even some of the regular season.
So, it was then reported later that Gronk's camp was intending on delaying the surgery, hoping...
Patriots right end Rob Gronkowski still isn't sure if he'll need another surgery on his left arm. SOURCE: ESPN BostonFantasy Spin:Gronkowski has already encountered multiple setbacks in his recovery from a broken arm. No news is good news and since we haven't heard much about Gronk's recovery over the last month, we'll assume he's on the comeback trail.
Patriots owner Robert Kraft voiced his opinion on the ongoing debate over gay players in the NFL. He first congratulated Jason Collins, the NBA vet who came out not too long ago, then said he would hire anyone who would help his team win:
“We’re about winning, and if someone can come in here and help us win, I don’t care what ethnic background, what racial background, what...
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady says he’s focused on playing the game he loves and isn’t worried about what he will do after he can no longer play. “I love doing what I’m doing. I love playing. I love the preparation. I love training for playing. I love thinking
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is still a few weeks away from knowing if he will need a fourth surgery on his left forearm, ESPN.com reported, citing sources. Doctors are waiting to see if an infection
FOXBORO, Mass. — The Patriots’ recent ties to the Rutgers football program are so deep that owner Robert Kraft even joked recently that the team may have to set up a recruiting center on the New Brunswick, N.J., campus.
Bill Belichick‘s infatuation with Rutgers players has been well documented over the past few seasons. The love affair began when the Patriots took Devin McCourty...