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NFL Injury Report:
New England Patriots Rob Gronkowski recently faced a setback
in the same arm he broke twice last season that required surgery to remove an
infection he developed, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.
Gronkowski developed an infection in his elbow. In order to
remove the infection, the tight end underwent his third surgery on the arm
The initial surgery came after Gronkowski broke his forearm during a Nov. 18 contest against the Indianapolis Colts. He then re-broke it during the team’s divisional round playoff victory over the Houston Texans.
Earlier this month, Gronkowski had his cast removed and said
he was looking forward to resuming workouts in the near future. This will now
have to be delayed as he recovers from his most recent procedure.
There is some good news, as Schefter reported the infection
was caught early enough that it isn’t expected to cause Gronkowski to miss an extended
period of time. He should be available for camp.
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