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Rob Gronkowski is a candidate to be held out of Friday's preseason game against the Panthers, ESPN Mike Reiss reports. Gronkowski has been held out through the Patriots' first two preseason games. (Source: ESPN Boston)

Fantasy Impact: It will not be a surprise if the Patriots sit out Rob Gronkowski in Friday's preseason game against the Panthers. There is not much upside to exposing their star TE to any unnecessary injury risk. He could sit out next week's preseason game as well. But expect Gronkowski to be ready to go to start the season and he will play up to his top TE fantasy ranking.


The NY Times | Aug 30th
Gronk angry. Gronk score touchdown. Gronk win your fantasy game. Brady suspension could slow him down some in the early goings.
FFLockerRoom | Aug 30th
Far and away the number 1 TE. Owning Gronkowski is like owning a stud Tight End and an extra WR3.
Fantasy Football Empire | Aug 30th
With Jimmy Graham moving from New Orleans to Seattle, this move further solidifies Rob Gronkowski as the number 1 overall tight end in 2015 drafts. Fantasy football league managers will have to make a draft day decision on drafting a top 5-6 RB, a top WR, or the top TE in Gronkowski. Gronk does come with a couple of chinks in the armor with missing 5 games in 2012 and 9 games in 2013. It's hard to justify drafting him 11th overall if quarterback Tom Brady's 4 game suspension is not reduced. A decision on Brady's potential reduction in his suspension won't be decided until mid to late July. His fantasy playoff schedule includes a tough matchup at Houston in week 14, a neutral matchup versus Tennessee in week 15, and a favorable matchup at the New York Jets in week 16.
Fantasy Football Maniax | Aug 29th
Gronk was the top-scoring fantasy tight end with 82 receptions for 1,124 yards and 12 receiving touchdowns. He should maintain the top spot in 2015, even if Brady does serve a 4-game suspension.
FFLockerRoom | Aug 29th
If you don't have Gronk at #1 you are either kidding yourself or trying to be smarter than you really are.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Aug 29th
A TE that can go for over 1,000 yards and double digit TDs is a solid pick.
EDSFootball | Aug 28th
Worthy of a top 5 selection in all but 2 QB formats
WalterFootball | Aug 28th
Gronkowski has caught 308 passes in his career and 54 of those have gone for touchdowns. His 17.5% touchdown rate is insane and now he's gone a full season without getting injured and is still just 26 years old. Draft him and draft him often.
Yahoo! Sports | Aug 28th
Has 54 TDs in 65 career games - a healthy Gronk should easily reach 1,000 yards and 12 TDs, which will likely lap the rest of the TE field
Breaking Football | Aug 28th
He's officially the man again. You won't be finding him in the 4th round this year...
Fantasy Sports LR | Aug 28th
With Graham in SEA and Thomas leaving Den, the gap in value at TE rises...
CBS Sports | Aug 24th
Rob Gronkowski is not the only tight end who can help you win your Fantasy league this year, but getting him in Round 1 is ideal if possible.
Breaking Football | Aug 23rd
Yesterday we looked at the most reliable players to draft (Reliable draft picks) in fantasy football. Today we are going to do the opposite. Looking…
EDSFootball | Aug 17th
With a week of the NFL preseason in the books, we have updated our 2015 fantasy football rankings. View image | gettyimages.com Here are our fantasy football tight end rankings (standard scoring): 1. Rob Gronkowski, New England Patriots When it comes to fantasy tight ends, he's in a tier all by himself. Named the 2014 AP Comeback Player of the Year after two injury-plagued seasons, Gronkowski post...
Yahoo! Sports | Aug 15th
A healthy season from Rob Gronkowski could result in a NFL-leading touchdown tally.
CBS Sports | Aug 12th
We've reached Rob Gronkowski time in our pick-by-pick series on how to draft at each position in the first round.
Yahoo! Sports | Aug 12th
Andrew Luck and Rob Gronkowski were the only QB and TE taken in the first three rounds of Yahoo's latest mini mock.
RotoBaller | Aug 10th
One way to maximize the talent you can acquire in your draft is to ignore the extremely top-heavy tight end position. Obviously Rob Gronkowski and Jimmy Graham headline the rankings and are the first tight ends taken in every fantasy draft. But is it really worth using a high pick on them or a mid-round... Read More