Agent says Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski cleared to play
On Friday, Drew Rosenhaus, the agent for Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski said that 'Rob has now been cleared by all his doctors to play Sunday in the Jets game.'
On Wednesday, Drew Rosenhaus, the agent for Rob Gronkowski said that the Patriots tight end "has not been cleared by Dr. (James) Andrews." By Friday, Rosenhaus told PFT "Rob has now been cleared by all his doctors to play Sunday in the Jets game."
When asked about it Friday morning, coach Bill Belichick would only say that the team would release an updated injury report at the end of the day.
Still, we assume this means that, for the first time all season, Gronkowski will take the field. He has been sidelined since undergoing forearm surgery this summer, and as recently as last week, there were reportedly "serious concerns" about how Gronk's recovery was coming along.
Now, seven weeks into the season and a month after Gronkowski was originally thought to return, he has finally been cleared to play -- although you wouldn't have known it to hear him talk to reporters Thursday.
"Obviously, I want to be out there,” he said. "I love the game of football. I love playing. I love playing the game. It's great being out there with my teammates, practicing out there, getting on the same page, getting the chemistry down. We'll see.”
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