6:22 AM EDT, Thu March 23, 2017
Boston Globe

Rob Gronkowski attends WWE Smackdown, celebrates with Mojo Rawley

Rob Gronkowski — who was sighted two years ago at a WWE show in Providence getting very hyped — attended another WWE show Tuesday night. And got very hyped. Some might say he stayed hyped. The Patriots tight end, who underwent back surgery in December, is apparently feeling well enough to execute headlocks on fellow, very […]

It Is What It Is | WEEI

Rob Gronkowski enjoys himself at WWE event Tuesday night

Rob Gronkowski continues to stay busy this offseason. On Tuesday night, the Patriots tight end was in Connecticut for WWE Smackdown where he was spotted having a good time. As it relates to football, his back seems to be holding up pretty well in the months following back surgery, which is certainly a good sign […]

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Rob Gronkowski’s workout routine is as wild as you imagined

If you want to work out like Rob Gronkowski, you need a lot of intensity –– and an apparent endless supply of electronic dance music (EDM). In a video posted to his Instagram, Gronkowski gave everybody a peek into his rehab routine. The 27-year-old tight end is recovering from back surgery, at least his ninth […]

Boston Herald

Patriots' free agent primer

A look at the Patriots’ current crop of free agents:TE Martellus Bennett: Even with Rob Gronkowski’s injury status following back surgery, the Pats aren’t likely to stretch to keep Bennett, who turns 30 on Friday.RB LeGarrette Blount: Some team might look at his recent production and offer him a raise. Blount, at 30, is an interesting case, but this all may depend on his willingness to turn down a bigger deal.RB Brandon Bolden: Bill Belichick values Bolden’s contributions on the field and in the locker room, but if another team is willing to push his $1.16 million salary last season a...

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‘No doubt’ in Rob Gronkowski’s mind he will be ready for Week 1 following back surgery

Last season wasn’t the greatest for Rob Gronkowski. The tight end played just eight games due to hamstring and back injuries and his season ended the first week of December when he needed back surgery and was placed on injured reserve. By all accounts the surgery went well and he’s been seen in videos rehabbing […]

CSN New England

Gronkowski says he has 'no doubt' he'll be ready for start of next season

Rob Gronkowski's 2016 season was stopped short after he suffered a back injury that required surgery, but he's confident he'll be good to go when Week 1 of the 2017 campaign rolls around.

What does future hold for Patriots' Rob Gronkowski?

CSN New England's Tom Curran joins Mike Florio to discuss Rob Gronkowski's latest injury and how it could affect his future in New England.