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New England Patriots Rob Gronkowski has finally been cleared by doctors to play in his first game of the season, per a report from ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Drew Rosenhaus said, "Rob Gronkowski has now been cleared by all his doctors to play Sunday in the Jets game."
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 18, 2013
Gronk’s status had been a hot topic over the first six weeks of the season, as many believed the tight end was healthy enough to play after dominating in practices but was reluctant to suit up on game days.There was even speculation that Gronkowski’s absence was due to conditions of his contract that states that he would need to be healthy through 2015 to receive the full $55 million of the deal he signed last summer. Gronkowski has been sidelined due to the forearm he broke twice last season and required offseason surgery.
Gronkowski has scored 10+ touchdowns in each of his three seasons in the NFL and is a weekly matchup nightmare for opposing defenses. Gronkowski’s return to the field gives Tom Brady and the 5-1 Patriots a trusted receiver to add to the youth they have endured so far this year.
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Even though Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski has been cleared to play and has made the trip to New York, a decision still hasn’t been made as to whether he’ll play, according to ProFootballTalk.com.
Per a league source, a final decision regarding whether Gronkowski will play on Sunday has not yet been made. Officially, Gronkowski is listed as questionable to play.
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski could never just return to game action. If we have learned anything from watching the 24-year-old meathead over the last couple of years, it’s that his personality is larger than life. So of course he announced his return with an energy drink advertisement on YouTube. On Friday morning, […]
Stop us if you have heard this before — New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is expected to play against the New York Jets this Sunday. The same was said of Gronk’s status before last week’s game against the New Orleans Saints, and we know how that turned out. This time, however, the word […]
Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski has received clearance from his team of doctors to play on Sunday against the Jets. But Gronkowski has yet to receive official clearance from his football team.
Per a league source a final decision regarding whether Gronkowski will play on Sunday has not yet been made. Officially Gronkowski is listed as questionable to play.
Exactly 11 months to the day after breaking his forearm, New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is finally cleared to play. This, according to a text message from his agent Drew Rosenhaus to Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio Friday morning. “Rob has now been cleared by all his doctors to play Sunday in the Jets game,” Rosenhaus said via text message. Gronkowski first broke...
8 a.m. ET: Rob Gronkowski has been cleared by doctors, but that doesn’t necessarily mean he’ll play against the Jets.
Gronkowski made the trip to New York, but his status for the game is still undetermined, according to Pro Football Talk. Gronkowski’s return would obviously be a major boost to the Patriots’ offense.
New England will be without star cornerback Aqib Talib...
FOXBORO, Mass. — There were times through the first six weeks of the season when the 2013 Patriots resembled the 2001 to 2004 teams that brought three Super Bowls rings to New England.
The defense took charge, bailing out the offense on numerous occasions and Tom Brady played passable, but not like a superstar — though he did have two vintage fourth-quarter comebacks. Now that Rob...
Rejoice New England Patriots fans as well as anyone that owns tight end Rob Gronkowski in their fantasy leagues, with myself being one of them. The doctors who work for the Patriots organization have cleared Gronkowski to play against the New York Jets this Sunday.
Gronkowski, who put himself on the super-stud map after a fantastic 2011 season which saw him reel in 90 catches for...
A fortuitous sign of things to come or another Bill Belichick classic media tweak?
Why not both.
The Patriots awarded Rob Gronkowski the black practice jersey, meaning that he was declared the Patriots practice player of the week. The New England Patriots re-tweeted this:
Gronk gets awarded the black jersey for being the best practice player of the week. BB and...
Great news for a Patriots team that had an avalanche of bad injury news following the thrilling victory over the Saints: Rob Gronkowski has been medically cleared to play football.
The news comes courtesy of ESPN.
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski will make his long-anticipated season debut Sunday against the New York Jets, his agent said Friday morning....
FOXBORO, Mass. – Rob Gronkowski may be cleared by doctors, but nothing has changed on this week’s injury report.
The tight end is still listed as questionable with back/forearm injuries. Aqib Talib is listed as doubtful. He missed practice on Wednesday and Thursday. He was back out for Friday’s session, though he did appear hobbled by his hop injury.
Danny Amendola (groin...
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski has been cleared to play and will make his season debut Sunday against the New York Jets, reports ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Drew Rosenhaus said, “Rob Gronkowski has now been cleared by all his doctors to play Sunday in the Jets game.” — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 18, 2013 Gronkowski has missed the first six games of the...
Rob Gronkowski’s status for Sunday’s game are still up in the air. He has been cleared to practice but according to his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, Dr Andrews has not cleared him to play.
“I don’t understand why this story has gotten so much traction,” Rosenhaus told 560 WQAM-AM (via The Boston Globe). “There are dozens of players around the NFL who aren’t playing because...
Tight end Rob Gronkowski traveled with the New England Patriots to New York, reports Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald. Gronkowski’s agent, Drew Rosenhaus, announced Friday in a statement to the media that his client has been medically cleared to play Sunday against the Jets. Gronkowski will make his season debut tomorrow after missing six games while recovering from back and forearm...
Mike Petraglia of WEEI.com reports that New England Patriots shutdown cornerback, Aqib Talib, will miss Sunday’s game against the New York Jets while Mike Reiss via twitter reports tight end Rob Gronkowski is “cleared” to play.
Talib suffered a hip flexor strain last Sunday against the New Orleans Saints and has not practiced all week.
The injury to Talib is a rotten cherry...