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New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski practice
yesterday for the second day in a row, advancing to 11-on-11 work, according to
Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald. Howe adds that there have been whispers around
Patriots’ camp that, considering the progress the tight end has shown,
Gronkowski could make his regular-season debut as early as Week 2.
Gronkowski made his practice debut over the weekend, but he
showed progress yesterday as he appeared to ramp up his participation in
11-on-11 drills. Over the weekend, Gronkowski was at least somewhat restricted,
but he seemed to be less so yesterday. This is certainly a step forward, and
his increased level of activity has some considering he could be available for
the Patriots’ Week 2 contest against the New York Jets.
Howe notes that this would still be a bit of a best-case
scenario, but either way it would indicate that Gronkowski should be available
early this season. The team has yet to rule him out for anything beyond Week 1.
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