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Early last week, the Boston Globe reported that injured New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski would return to practice sometime during the week.The Patriots stretched it out as long as possible, but Gronkowski, who is recovering from a fractured forearm, was in fact back on the practice field Friday, albeit limited. While Gronkowski's appearance at practice is a step in the right direction, New England won't take any chances with him this weekend, as ProFootballTalk confirmed Friday that the Patriots will not dress Gronkowski against the San Francisco 49ers.Gronkowski is likely to return to the game field by Week 17, which will give him one full-speed outing to get re-acclimated for the playoffs.New England has been just fine without him, continuing its ridiculous scoring pace of 36.6 points per game. Having Aaron Hernandez as your other tight end certainly helps.Hernandez caught two touchdowns last week against the Houston Texans and was three yards short of 100 yar...
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New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski participated in Friday’s practice but he’s not expected to play in Sunday’s game against the 49ers.
I’m told that, though he did get out to practice today, it’s still considered unlikely that Rob Gronkowski will play on Sunday.
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) December 14, 2012
Right now it looks like Gronkowski is on pace to...
The New England Patriots received some good news yesterday
when tight end Rob Gronkowski returned to practice. However, despite his limited
presence on the practice field, Gronkowski is not expected to play this weekend
when the Patriots take on the San Francisco 49ers, according to Shalise ManzaYoung of the Boston Globe.
Even though he took part in practice — he was listed...
New England tight end Rob Gronkowski returned to practice Friday for the first time since he underwent surgery for a broken forearm in November. Gronkowski sustained the injury on Nov. 18 in the Patriots' 59-28 victory over Indianapolis. He has missed New England's past three games while recovering. The Patriots are preparing for their Sunday night matchup with San Francisco...
Pro Football Talk confirms that Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski is out for New England’s game against the 49′ers this Sunday.
According to a league source, Gronkowski, despite being listed as questionable, will not play due to the fact that the Patriots will not risk him re-injuring his forearm after having broken it back in Nov 18. The feeling is that the team will wait until week...
Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is not expected to return this week despite being back at practice on Friday Gronkowski underwent surgery to repair his broken left forearm.Fantasy Spin:Gronkowski likely won't return until the final game of the regular season as a tuneup for the Patriots' playoff run. That won't help his fantasy owners as most leagues end in Week 16.
The good news? Rob Gronkowski is back at Patriots practice.
The bad news? He still isn’t expected to play on Sunday in a key matchup against the San Francisco 49ers. But there’s always a chance that changes.
Still recovering from a broken forearm suffered against the Colts in Week 11, Gronk was hoping to practice this week, according to a report by The Boston Globe.
Jeff Howe reports that Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski returned to practice on Friday.
This is definitely a surprise given that he hasn’t been able to do much of anything in the last few weeks since he broke his forearm. It’s hard to assume that he would even have a shot at suiting up this weekend, but it’s certainly possible that he could be in the coming weeks.
You could make...
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is taking the first steps into a return for the AFC East champion Patriots, according to NFL.com. NFL.com’s Albert Breer has reported that Gronkowski practiced on Friday with the Patriots for the first time since breaking his arm against the Colts on November 18. The injury was controversial [...]
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is not expected to play Sunday night, despite returning to practice Friday for the first time since he underwent surgery for a broken forearm in November. NBC Sports' Pro Football Talk cited a league source on Friday night who said Gronkowski will probably not play against the San Francisco 49ers. Gronkowski sustained the injury...
ESPN reports Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski, who has missed the last three games with a forearm injury, did not return to practice Thursday as the team prepares for Week 15 vs. San Francisco. The Boston Globe reported Wednesday Gronkowski was going to try and practice this week. Source: CBSSports Attached Thumbnails
Gronk is back at practice. It appears that Kyle Love is the only Patriot missing. Sweats and shells, inside Gillette Stadium.— Michael Whitmer (@GlobeWhitmer) December 14, 2012Is this a sign that Gronkowski will play Sunday night against the 49ers? No way in hell.However, it's definitely a positive sign that he's on track with his recovery. The initial time table that was...
I know that’s hard to believe right, but the current Patriots’ offense is more potent than the 2007 version.
In 2007, the Patriots went undefeated with Tom Brady and Randy Moss setting a few records along the way. How could an offense that went undefeated during the regular season in 2007 be even more dangerous now, especially after losing a speedster and play-making weapon...
Rob Gronkowski has taken his first step toward a return for the New England Patriots.
NFL.com's Albert Breer reported that Gronkowski participated in practice Friday for the first time since suffering a broken bone in his forearm Nov. 18 against the Indianapolis Colts.
Breer reported earlier this week that the plan all along has been to get Gronkowski some playing time before...
It appears the New England Patriots are set to head into
another week with a ton of players listed as questionable on their injury
report as tight end Aaron Hernandez and wide receiver Wes Welker have been
limited at practice this week, while tight end Rob Gronkowski, who was reportedly
on the verge of returning to practice this week, hasn’t been able to suit up
due to his forearm...
As expected, Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is inactive for the Sunday night against the 49ers. Gronkowski has been out the last three weeks with a broken arm.Fantasy Spin:His goal is to come back in Week 16 or 17 and be ready for the playoffs.