Found February 05, 2012 on Midwest Sports Fans:
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There’s finally some Gronktastic news for Patriots fans: The Giants defense will officially need to be on Gronk Alert this evening. According to an NBC/Pro Football Talk report, the latest injury update on New England TE Rob Gronkowski is that he was able to practice at full speed earlier today and will “definitely” play, via Patriots head coach Bill Belichick. It’s not known how much Gronk will play, but even if he’s a glorified decoy, he’s obviously a huge weapon for Tom Brady and the New England offense.
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