Rob Gronkowski
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By Andrew Sears, Patriots Correspondent, Sun, Jul 20th 4:51am

Gronkowski is recovering from ACL surgery on January 9th. Last season marked the 2nd straight year his season ended early due to injury. While Gronk said he plans to play the full season, it's very possible he'll be unable to participate at the beginning of training camp. (Source: Mike Reiss)

Fantasy Impact: Despite the optimism, Gronkowski's going to be a high upside risk for fantasy owners. He's nearly missed as many games over the past 2 years as he's played. His 3rd round ADP (#30 overall) will be a hefty price tag for anyone drafting him.

Breaking Football | Jul 22nd
When healthy he's probably better than Graham but the "when" hasn't been happening a lot lately.
The New York Times | Jul 22nd
Do we really have to play the ''When will Gronk be ready" game' again this year?
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Jul 21st
He may not make it back in time for the start of the season, but is ranked as though he is ready for week 1.
Sports Injury Alert | Jul 21st
The fields are being lined and NFL teams are beginning to report to their teams' mandatory training camp.  It's the middle of July and the 2014 NFL season is right around the corner.  New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is feeling the itch like the rest of the injured players from 2013.  Days after another tight end got a historical raise and signed a huge contra...
FFLockerRoom | Jul 20th
When healthy, Gronk is in the top two. But, I'm really starting to wonder whether he can make it through 16 games without getting hurt and this lands him this low in the rankings. He is a beast when healthy, a major matchup issue for opposing defenses. He will rack up yards and is Tom Brady's prime red zone target for touchdowns.
Win My Fantasy League | Jul 20th
Rob Gronkowski whom while he is now considered an injury risk seems to be the only tight end who is a consistent and credible threat to finish as fantasy footballÂ’s number one tight end over Jimmy Graham.
Fantasy Football Maniax | Jul 15th
Gronk was the 15th ranked tight end last year, despite playing in only seven games. In those seven games, he posted 39 receptions for 592 yards and four touchdowns. The concern with him at this point is his ability to stay healthy for a full season.
ESPN | Jul 11th
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Yahoo! Sports | Jul 9th
Everyone knows Jimmy Graham is the cream of the tight end crop, the man, the No. 1 target, Top Jimmy. But things really get interesting when you get to the No. 2 spot on this year's tight end board. We polled four Yahoo scribes and actually came up with four answers, which is what we'll discuss today. Who's Sundance to Graham's Cassidy? Help us figure it out.  Del Don stumps for Thomas: ...
Breaking Football | Jul 9th
Recently, Rob Gronkowski has been known more for his crazy antics than his football prowess, but hey, you can’t spell, “Patriots,” without the first part of, “Party,” or something like that. He’s also known as the Pats tight end that only murders dance floors. Gronk is a dynamic player that changes defenses when he’s on the field. He’s averaged 14.4 ...
Rotoprofessor | Jun 26th
by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) Is there any position where one player has such advantage over the field more than tight end?  Jimmy Graham is, by far, the best option (though a healthy Rob Gronkowski could approach him).  That’s not to say that there
KFFL | Jun 18th
Is Lacy primed to improve or fall? Where's the right place to take Gronk? Who are some breakout players?
EDSFootball | Jun 8th
Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is spending this offseason similar to how he spent last year's: recovering and rehabbing from offseason surgery. (And partying.) After tearing his ACL in December, Gronkowski had surgery in January and reports continue to be positive when it comes to his rehab process. Per Ben Volin of the Boston Globe, Gronk was "bursting, planting, and cutting during the ear...