There may not be any Gronk spikes for the foreseeable future.
Citing a source, Tom Curran of Comcast SportsNet New England reports that Rob Gronkowski suffered a broken forearm in Sunday's 59-24 thrashing of the Colts.
The All-Pro tight end, who recorded seven catches for 137 yards and two touchdowns, exited late in the fourth quarter to undergo X-rays, and didn't meet with the media after the game.
Gronkowski has dealt with a nagging hip injury this season, but continued to play through the pain.
Assuming tests reveal a fracture, the 23-year-old would almost certainly miss some time, a potentially significant blow to an offense that's still without tight end Aaron Hernandez.