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Boston Herald

Patriots Notebook: Rob Gronkowski won’t go changing

FOXBORO — The Patriots’ social butterfly clipped his wings this offseason.Tight end Rob Gronkowski said yesterday he “worked (his) butt off” to return to the field for the start of training camp. The rehab process has spanned 61⁄2 months since the Jan. 9 surgery, and it was a grueling experience, especially considering how he has spent three consecutive offseasons recovering from serious injuries.

Denver Post

Patriot's Rob Gronkowski back at practice; more from around the NFL

Rob Gronkowski, the oft-injured tight end for the Patriots, is practicing at training camp but not ready for full activity as he continues his recovery from knee surgery. He's not even sure he'll play in the season opener Sept. 7.

New England Patriots Blog | ESPN Boston

Patriots camp report: Day 1

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- A daily review of hot topics coming out of training camp: The team's first practice provided a snapshot of how the team plans to manage tight end Rob Gronkowski as he works his way back from surgery on his torn right ACL on Jan. 9. Gronkowski participated in individual drills, but not in any of the 7-on-7 or 11-on-11 drills. Gronkowski had a brace over the knee, and is still wearing a protective cover over his previously injured left forearm.

Extra Points | Boston Globe

Rob Gronkowski Will Keep 'Smashing And Dashing' Despite ACL, Recent Injuries

The Patriots All-Pro tight end has no plans on changing his playing style, despite a slew of injuries over the past few seasons.

Patriots Football Coverage | WEEI

It Is What It Is Cast: Gronk cleared as Pats prepare for start of training camp

WEEI.com's Mike Petraglia and Chris Price discuss the start of Patriots training camp. Players began arriving for camp on Wednesday, and Bill Belichick broke the news that Rob Gronkowski has been cleared to play.

New England Patriots Blog | ESPN Boston

Following up on TE Byham's contract

The Patriots announced the signing of tight end Nate Byham on Sunday, and here are the contract terms: Length: 1 year Base salary: $645,000 Split salary: $373,000 (in the event of injury) Salary-cap hit: $645,000 QUICK-HIT THOUGHTS: This is a modest deal, with no bonus money, that reflects a player competing for a backup spot behind Rob Gronkowski and Michael Hoomanawanui. With the Patriots not re-signing veteran Matthew Mulligan, who filled a blocking-based role last season, the 6-foot-4, 264-pound Byham is a candidate to possibly step into that void.

CBS Sports

"Gronk" on track to play week 1

All-Pro tight end Rob Gronkowski will be ready for the start of the regular season according to the New England Patriots website. Allie LaForce and Doug Gottlieb discuss during their "Major or Minor" segment.


NFL: Bill Belichick reacts to reporter

New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick reacts to a reporter's question about tight end Rob Gronkowski.

FOX Sports

Crash and Burn: No Filter with Katie Nolan

In the Dec. 18th edition of No Filter, Katie Nolan discusses Michael Jordan's mansion, Rob Gronkowski spreading holiday cheer, and Katie reacts to iTunes naming No Filter one of the best podcasts of 2013.