Found May 21, 2013 on Pro Football Zone:
After yesterday’s forearm surgery on tight end Rob Gronkowski, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft is pleased with the report he got from the doctors. Kraft says on Gronkowski’s post surgery prognosis: “We were told it was as good a report as we could hope for.” — Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) May 21, 2013 Now that it looks like Gronk’s arm is OK, he may need to undergo surgery on his back.  We’ll know in about four to five weeks whether he’ll need to go under the knife.     Need NFL Tickets? The post Robert Kraft: Gronk’s prognosis “was as good a report as we could hope for” appeared first on Pro Football Zone.

Gronkowski's Surgery a Success; Could Be Ready For Camp

According to multiple reports, Rob Gronkowski's fourth surgery on his arm was a success and he could be ready for training camp. Gronkowski had surgery today at Mass General to install a new plate in his arm and to make sure there is no infection present. The tests revealed that Gronkowski is now free of the infection and can now start rehabbing his arm. If an infection was present...

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Robert Kraft Pushing for Super Bowl Bid in Boston, Providence in Near Future

The Super Bowl will make it’s first trip outdoors in a cold-weather city this February, when MetLife Stadium in New Jersey hosts the game. And, if all goes well, maybe New England will be the next stop. After San Francisco (Super Bowl L) and Houston (Super Bowl LI) were selected as the sites for the 2016 and 2017 games on Tuesday, Patriots owner Robert Kraft made his pitch for...

Report: Rob Gronkowski’s surgery is a success, infection in his forearm is gone

According to, Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is now out of surgery and the good news is that his infection is gone and a new plate has been inserted. Gronk out of surgery.Infection gone.New plate installed.Good news all around. — ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) May 20, 2013 With the infection gone, that means that Gronk likely won’t need to undergo...

New England Patriots host Youth Football Clinic in Newtown, CT

  On Saturday, 33 current and former New England Patriots players, coaches and cheerleaders participated in a ”Football for You” free youth football clinic in Newtown, Connecticut. Owner Robert Kraft to the Connecticut Post, ”As a part of the New England community, I think all of us were devastated when we saw what happened here and if it can happen in the town of Newtown...

Report: Rob Gronkowski will visit a specialist in 3-4 weeks to determine if he needs back surgery

According to, Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski will visit a spine specialist in three to four weeks to determine whether he’ll need to under go back surgery. He will also visit noted spine specialist Robert Watkins in California in three to four weeks to decide whether he needs back surgery, a source told Schefter. Gronkowski recently had an MRI on his back to further...

Gronk to party in Vegas before surgery

Jared Wickerham/ Getty Images LAS VEGAS—With Rob Gronkowski’s  latest surgery news, many thought that the extravaganza entitled “The Summer of Gronk” would be coming to an end.  However, as a report from Mike Florio of notes, the boisterous tight end is partying right up until his surgery on Monday with a trip to Las Vegas. The trip to Vegas is part...

Report: Rob Gronkowski’s Arm Surgery Successful, Meaning Tight End Could Be Ready for Training Camp

Rob Gronkowski‘s fourth surgery appears to have gone well. Here’s hoping it’s the last one. According to multiple reports on Monday, the Patriots tight end underwent successful surgery to install a new plate in his left forearm and make sure that there was no infection there. If there had been any infection, the fear was that Gronk might require an additional, fifth surgery...

Robert Kraft Does His Best Bill Belichick Impersonation, Won’t Discuss ‘Hypothetical’ of Buying Boston Globe

Bill Belichick doesn’t do hypotheticals, and it appears neither does Patriots owner Robert Kraft. Kraft, who first employed Belichick some 14 years ago, followed the tight-lipped approach of his head coach when asked about his reported interest in purchasing the Boston Globe. Kraft was asked about his interest in the paper after giving the keynote address at Suffolk University’s...

Patriots’ Rob Gronkowski to undergo fourth surgery Monday

It was recently reported that New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski would require the fourth surgery on his injured forearm at some point this week. The Boston Herald confirmed yesterday that the time would be today, as Gronk is set to go under the knife this afternoon at Massachusetts General Hospital. The procedure will provide the Patriots a clearer timeframe for Gronkowski’s...

Rob Gronkowski Undergoes Successful Surgery

Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski underwent successful surgery on his left arm Monday afternoon. SOURCE: Profootballtalk, NBC SportsFantasy Spin:The good news is that the infection has subsided, which means that this will probably be the last procedure Gronkowski will need on his injured forearm. Now the attention shifts to Gronkowski's back, which might also require surgery...

Gronkowski surgery successful, could make training camp

Finally, some good news for New England Patriots fans on the Rob Gronkowski front! Good news for #Gronk: He's out of surgery with new plates. As hoped, the infection is gone. No fifth surgery on the forearm, per source — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) May 20, 2013 Double good news for Gronk: Training camp on time a possibility. And they can focus on his back now, hoping...

Setting the stage for Pats' week--ESPN Boston

Setting the stage for Pats' week--ESPN Boston: Gronk’s fourth surgery. Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is scheduled to undergo the fourth surgery on his left forearm on Monday at Massachusetts General Hospital. Doctors feel confident that the infection has been eradicated, but they won’t know for sure until they take tests during the procedure and then examine those over the next week. 

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