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The frenzy that is Super Bowl media day took place at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis on Tuesday. Both the Patriots and Giants took to the field to face every question imaginable from the media, and the result was some interesting sights and sounds -- to say the least. A swarm of reporters and photographers surrounded Rob Gronkowski's booth during his media session, with many wanting an update on the status of his injured ankle. The Pats and G-Men each spent two hours speaking to the media, while fans watched the event from the stands for the first time in...
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Here’s a video of a few of Rob Gronkowski’s teammates doing their best impressions of him.
It was all in fun, of course, during Super Bowl media day.
Gronkowski is the star New England Patriots tight end that sprained his ankle and is considered day-to-day as preparation begins for Super Bowl Sunday.
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski was limited in practice on Thursday and stated that he’ll be the one in the end to decide whether or not he plays during this Sunday’s Super Bowl against the Giants.
“It’s my body and I know how I feel the best,” Gronkowski said. “I just communicate with the trainers on how I feel, what they think, and we just put all our...
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski continues to miss practice, but he will indeed play in Sunday's Super Bowl versus the New York Giants, ESPN's Adam Schefter tweeted on Thursday.
"Barring a setback in practice this week, Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski will play in Super Bowl XLVI," Schefter wrote. "(He is) expected to be limited at practice today....
INDIANAPOLIS -- Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski still hasn't practiced since injuring his ankle in the AFC Championship Game, and he was the only player missing from New England's session Wednesday. Prior to practice, Gronkowski said he's been improving on a daily basis. He missed two sessions last week, as well as Monday's practice. Left tackle Matt Light, who...
By Brian MacPhersonINDIANAPOLIS -- Rob Gronkowski, whose reported high-ankle sprain forced him to fly to Indianapolis on Sunday while wearing a walking boot, did not practice Monday, Patriots coach Bill Belichick said.
Gronkowski finished the regular season with 1,327 receiving yards and 18 touchdowns, both NFL records for a tight end. The second-year tight end caught 10 passes...
By Cecilia Prestamo
1.31.12: Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski talks about his injured ankle during the Super Bowl XLVI Media Day event at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Providence Journal video by Bob Breidenbach
Rob Gronkowski’s status for Sunday continues to be one of the biggest storylines and the Patriots tight end shed some light on who will make the decision about his ability to play during Thursday’s media availability. “I definitely make the final call,” Gronkowski said, via the Boston Herald. Bill Belichick might have a slightly different…
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski was limited Thursday in practice, according to the team's participation report.
The status of Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski’s ankle has been the subject of hundreds of media questions already this week, and Giants coach Tom Coughlin says the questions can stop now. It’s obvious, from Coughlin’s perspective, that Gronkowski will be ready to go. “Not to belittle the question, I really do think he’ll play,”…
Tight ends are ruling the NFL, and the Patriots have two threats — Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez — at that position.
Here are some of the best videos from around the web coming from Super Bowl XLVI Media Day in Indianapolis: New England Patriots players give their best Rob Gronkowski impression Chad Ochocino gets serious in his discussion with Deion Sanders Vince Wilfork defines the “Patriot way” Logan Mankins discusses his time thus far in Indianapolis [...]