Aside from fans in New England and the millions of fantasy owners around the country who own him, Rob Gronkowski’s
Rob Gronkowski is rumored to need back surgery – an operation that could cost him eight weeks or more of this season.
Gronkowski caught his 69th career touchdown pass on Sunday from Tom Brady, passing Stanley Morgan’s team record for most touchdowns in Patriots history. Morgan scored his 68 touchdowns in 180 career games, but it has remarkably only taken Gronkowski 85-regualr season games to eclipse that mark.
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is scheduled to undergo a fourth surgery on his left forearm next week, sources told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. The exact date of the surgery is not yet set.
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski underwent surgery last week for an infection in the same forearm that he broke on multiple occasions this past season, league sources told ESPN.
Most teams would kill to have just one of these players on their team. But the Patriots have them both – and it’s changing the way defenses attack New England.