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New England Patriots
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Rob Gronkowski will finally make his long-awaited return to the field on Sunday.
Gronkowski is active for the Patriots for the first time this season, meaning he’ll be in full uniform and on the field when Tom Brady and Co. take the field at MetLife Stadium. While the All-Pro tight end’s return is the biggest news for the Patriots, he isn’t the only injured player returning.
Wide receiver and special teams standout Matthew Slater is active against the Jets on Sunday, too, meaning he should be out on the field manning the gunner duties once again. As for those guys not ready to suit up on Sunday, defensive lineman Tommy Kelly and cornerback Aqib Talib headline that list.
Check out the full list of inactives for the Patriots and Jets below.
WR Josh Boyce,
OL Chris Barker,
CB Aqib Talib,
RB Leon Washington,
DT Tommy Kelly,
S Tavon Wilson
QB Brady Quinn,
WR Santonio Holmes,
WR Greg Salas,
BEST OF MAXIM
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.
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.
Rob Gronkowski is back in uniform for the Patriots on Sunday, although he has a minor alteration to his usual getup.
Gronkowski, who missed the first six weeks of the season while recovering from offseason surgeries, is wearing a big black brace on his left forearm in his return to the field. The padded sleeve is intended to help add an extra layer of protection for the arm, which...
Week 7 New England Patriots vs New York Jets will see Rob Gronkowski back on the
The New England Patriots and QB Tom Brady finally gets one of their best offensive weapons back on the field this afternoon. Adam Schefter and multiple sources are reporting this morning that Rob Gronkowski is officially active for the first time this afternoon as New England faces the New York Jets.
There has been a lot of speculation in recent weeks when Gronkowski might actually...
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...
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is active and is making his regular-season debut against the New York Jets.
Gronkowski had been listed as questionable for the game Sunday despite his agent Drew Rosenhaus saying Friday that the tight end had been cleared by his doctors to play. Gronkowski had offseason surgery on his back and broken left forearm, but participated in...
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...
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...
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...
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