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New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski, now two games into his season, has a new ailment that kept him limited at Wednesday's practice. While he's seemingly clear (for now) with his previous back and forearm issues, many were questioning if, or rather when, Gronk would get injured again. The Patriots announced Wednesday that he has a hamstring injury, as well as the aforementioned back and forearm. It certainly looks like Gronkowski will likely be on every injury report for the rest of the season, which is fine as long as he can play. A source with inside knowledge told Pro Football Talk that despite this latest injury, Gronk will play Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

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