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So you're saying there's a chance.
The Patriots released their final injury report on Friday heading into their Week 1 game against Buffalo and there's at least a chance that tight end Rob Gronkowski could see action against the Bills. Gronkowski has been listed as doubtful which in NFL terms means the Patriots feel there's about a 25 percent chance Gronkowksi will play.
That's a huge jump from just last week when there was talk that Gronkowski might end up on the physically unable to perform list which would have made meant he couldn't return to action until Week 7 at the earliest.
Gronkowski -- who underwent multiple surgeries on his forearm during the offseason and another one on his back -- returned to practice on Sept. 1 and was a limited participant all week.
Another Patriot listed on the injury report this week wide receiver Danny Amendola is listed as probable for Sunday's game and is expected to play.
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Rob Gronkowski‘s timetable remains uncertain, but what is certain is that he will not take the field during Week 1 against the Bills.
The Patriots tight end was listed as doubtful after taking part in practice all week as a limited participant, but NFL.com’s Albert Breer reported that Gronkowski didn’t travel with the team to Buffalo, eliminating what little chance there was...
According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski has chance to return to the field in time for New England’s week three match up with the Buccaneers.
With the Patriots playing their second game on Thursday, and with a truncated week of practice, Gronkowski is not expected back until Week 3 at the earliest. However, should he continue to work back...
Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski (back) did not make the trip to Buffalo and will miss Sunday's game, NFL.com's Albert Breer reports.Fantasy Spin:Though he returned to a limited practice this week, Gronkowski was never realistically expected to play. The tight end likely won't be back until Week 3.
BY NICK ST. DENISWe all know Rob Gronkowski likes to have fun. But get this: he has fun, on the field, too.The New England Patriots' All-World returned to team drills this week after being taken off the PUP list. He's not expected to make an in-game appearance Week 1, and a short Week 2 means he probably won't be a go until Week 3 at the earliest.But Gronk is just happy...
Even though Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski was limited in practice this week, he’s been listed as doubtful for this week’s opener against the Bills.
Wide receiver Danny Amendola on the other hand is listed as probable with a groin injury.
So it looks like Patriots quarterback Tom Brady will at least have one of his top targets.
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FOXBORO, Mass. — Despite practicing all week, it’s unlikely we see Rob Gronkowski this weekend against the Bills.
Gronkowski was listed as doubtful on the Patriots’ injury report. He was a limited participant with forearm and back injuries all week.
Danny Amendola was listed as probable with a groin injury. He was Wednesday and Thursday, but he was a full participant in...
For the first time since undergoing back surgery in June (his fifth surgery since November), Rob Gronkowski faced the local press today after practice.
The progress of Gronk's rehab process was an obvious focal point of the quick media session. Gronkowski made news this week by returning to fully-padded practices, albeit on a limited basis.
So how is Gronk feeling? Take it...
The New England Patriots shuffle on off to Buffalo this
Sunday for an AFC East showdown with the Bills.
Who is in? Who is out? Find out, in your New England Patriots Week 1
The Patriots have one player, offensive lineman Will Svitek
(knee) as out. Svitek did not
participate in Friday’s practice.
One player, tight end Rob Gronkowski (back/forearm) is
New England Patriot’s tight end Rob Gronkowski did not travel to Buffalo with his teammates for Sunday’s game against the Bills, according to NFL.com. Although he was listed as doubtful in this week’s injury report,
Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez pleaded not guilty to all charges related to the murder of Odin Lloyd.
Hernandez, 23, answered “not guilty” to six charges, including first-degree murder and weapons and ammunition possession charges.
His next court date is October 9.
Hernandez, who was cut from the Patriots within hours of his arrest, has been...
BY NICK ST. DENISRob Gronkowski wasn't expected to appear in uniform Week 1 of the 2013 season, and he's likely to meet expectations.The All-World tight end has been ruled doubtful for the New England Patriots' Sunday divisional bout with the Buffalo Bills, according to the NFL's official injury report Friday. Gronkowski is still trying to ease back into action after...
Five Patriots ruled out for season opener--cover32: Here’s the list of Pats ruled out for Week 1 vs. the Buffalo Bills:
Rob Gronkowski, TE: Back
Aaron Dobson, WR: Hamstring
Brandon Bolden, RB: Knee
Duron Harmon, S: Hamstring
Nate Ebner, S: Ankle
Will Svitek, OL: Knee