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The New England Patriots gave the Newtown, Conn. community a reason to smile this past Saturday - 154 days after unspeakable tragedy struck the small, quiet town.
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New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski underwent a fourth surgery on his forearm Monday and doctors believe his previous infection is gone, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
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New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has lost one of his favorite weapons in wide receiver Wes Welker, but the Pro Bowler has a new set of targets to throw to as the 2013 NFL season approaches.
It's been heavily talked about that New England Patriots star tight end Rob Gronkowski needs another back surgery and likely another surgery on his forearm which should sideline him for a while.
Feels like we've been talking about Rob Gronkowski a lot, huh? And not in the good, fun, Sorry-for-Partying kind of way .
Patriots linebacker Jerod Mayo signs autographs for kids at the Football For You football and Cheerleading Clinic at Newtown High School on Saturday, May 18, 2013.
In addition to a fourth surgery on his broken forearm, New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski might need back surgery, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
Now that he may be undergoing back surgery to repair a disc problem, the 24-year-old's NFL future seems as fragile as ever.
However, that season ended with an ankle injury that required surgery. The 2012 campaign was cut short was a broken forearm.
It probably feels like this offseason has been nothing but one continuous trip to the operating room for New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski - a feeling encapsulated nicely by NFL Network's Rich Eisen.
New England Patriots : There is no bigger injury concern in the AFC East this offseason than Rob Gronkowski.
Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski, who is set for a fourth surgery on his injured arm, may also need back surgery due to chronic pain, reports the NFL Network .
Rob Gronkowski is officially on the clock. The longer the New England Patriots Pro Bowl tight end waited, the more likely he would miss the start of the 2013 regular season.
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As much as coaches and players love to gloat about how far ahead all of their players are in their rehab schedules, no one truly knows how a player is going to react when the lights are on and the speed of the game is cranked all the way up.