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The Patriots are going to need every weapon possible when the Saints come to town on Sunday, but a couple of big what if’s are clouding the days leading up to the Week 6 matchup.
Rob Gronkowski has been listed as “day to day” longer than most Pats fans would like, but with New England coming off arguably their worst offensive performance, it appears that they’ll be adding a big piece of the puzzle against New Orleans.
Gronkowski is likely to make his season debut on Sunday, after undergoing arm and back surgeries during the offseason. Although reports have indicated that he and the team have been on different pages when it comes to his return, all signs point to Gronk making his way back to the gridiron this week. There is still a chance that the tight end holds out another week, though, potentially making for another rough outing for the Pats offense.
Tommy Kelly is also questionable for Sunday. The defensive tackle left the game against the Bengals with a right knee injury, came b...
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Predicting Rob Gronkowski’s 2013 statistics | New England Patriots: Latest on cover32:
Week 6 vs. New Orleans Saints
Projected stats: 7 receptions for 87 yards and one touchdown
Week 7 @ New York Jets
Projected stats: 6 receptions for 58 yards and two touchdowns
Week 8 vs. Miami Dolphins
Projected stats: 4 receptions for 33 yards
Week 9 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
(Chris McGrath/Getty Images North America) It looks like the New England Patriots are finally going to get tight end Rob Gronkowski back on the field. That, according to reports by ProfootballTalk.com and ESPN. Both outlets say league sources tell them the 24-year-old Gronkowski is expected to be cleared this week and, though it's not definite, will likely make his season debut...
Week 6 was his target date to return to playing and it looks clear that Rob “Gronk” Gronkowski will be stepping on the field this week against the New Orleans Saints. Gronk can be just what your fantasy team needs, as he has put up huge numbers in the past before he went down with a forearm injury. Last season, Gronkowski had 55 receptions and 11 touchdowns in just 11 games...
FOXBORO, Mass. — Reporters had to ask Rob Gronkowski the obvious question on Thursday afternoon, though everyone in the room knew what the answer would be before it came out of the All-Pro tight end’s mouth.
“So, any shot of you playing this week?”
“Basically nothing new,” Gronkowski said. “Just working hard every week, working hard out at practice. Nothing’s changed...
According to WEEI in Boston, the Patriots expected tight end Rob Gronkowski to be ready to play by week three of this season.
The reason we’re all still waiting for Gronk to play is because his family is very concerned with the surgery that Patriots team doctor Tom Gill performed on Gronkowski’s forearm,
While it is common practice for team doctors to perform on their own athletes...
Rob Gronkowski is likely to finally return to the field on Sunday against the New Orleans Saints, but apparently the surgery performed by Patriots doctor Thomas Gill caused some "serious concern".
Thomas Gill is the same doctor which the NFLPA recently filed, and then withdrew, a grievance against.
Mike Petraglia, WEEI:
While it is common practice for team doctors to...
Rob Gronkowski is reportedly expected to return for the New England Patriots against the New Orleans Saints this weekend. Pro Football Talk cited a league source on Tuesday morning who claims Gronkowski will be cleared this week and will suit up on Sunday. Gronkowski had multiple surgeries on his broken forearm and another surgery on […]
Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski was supposed to make his 2013 debut in Week 3. But after offseason surgery on his arm and back he still remains sidelined as New England's offense sputters.
According to WEEI's Mike Petraglia Gronkowski's arm injury which he initially suffered in November 2012 might have healed properly without surgery. "But the team and Gronkowski...
The question each week for the New England Patriots this season is whether or not tight end Rob Gronkowski will be available. He has yet to play in 2013, following 4 surgeries in seven months on a broken forearm. According…Read more →
The old adage that no news is good news is usually true, but anxious Pats fans will have to wait a little longer to get new reports from Rob Gronkowski. As has been the case since the beginning of the season, the Patriots star tight end is still listing himself as day-to-day, even amid reports that state that the Patriots are optimistic that Gronk could play this week against...
FOXBORO, Mass. — After practicing all week, it looks like Stevan Ridley could be a go for Sunday’s game against the Saints.
Tommy Kelly, on the other hand, will not be suiting up. The starting defensive tackle was ruled out with a knee injury. Leon Washington (ankle) is the only other player out against New Orleans.
Danny Amendola (groin), Brandon Bolden (knee), Rob Gronkowski...
Tom Brady might finally have a receiver he was actually throwing to fairly often last year.
Star tight end and all around party animal Rob Gronkowski is expected to finally return to the field after sitting out the first five weeks recovering from back and multiple forearm surgeries.
Per league source, Rob Gronkowski is expected to be cleared this week and it is likely he will...
FOXBORO, Mass. — Tommy Kelly‘s status for Sunday is not looking good.
The defensive tackle missed practice entirely for the second straight day with a knee injury. He got hurt in Sunday’s game against the Bengals. He was able to participate in one play after leaving the game with the non-contact injury. He was spotted later not pedaling a stationary bike.
Stevan Ridley was...
The Patriots have released their last official injury report for the week after practice concluded on Friday.
There will be no questions regarding Tommy Kelly or Leon Washington's status for Sunday as both are ruled out for the game against the Saints.
The news comes courtesy of Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald.
The news is a blow to the Pats defense, who will...
"[I've] just been working hard towards that goal and working hard every day to achieve that. It's going to be exciting, and when it happens, it's going to be awesome."
There is only one man in the NFL who can utter words so simple that it reads as if a first grader said them. But, at the same time, there is only one man who can turn the New England Patriots...