2:56 PM EST, Fri February 24, 2017
It Is What It Is | WEEI

‘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.

Boston Herald

Rob Gronkowski parties hard after missing Super Bowl due to injury

Gronk goes wild!New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski wasn’t able to play in the Super Bowl due to a back injury — but that didn’t stop the notorious partier from hitting up Shrine Nightclub in Connecticut on Tuesday for a post-win celebration, complete with champagne and tons of confetti.And, not to worry, the debilitating back injury in no way stopped No. 87 from dancing the night away onstage with Rick Ross, who performed his big songs, including “B.M.F.”In fact, Gronk sprayed so much champagne from behind the DJ booth, that the equipment got entirely soaked and...

It Is What It Is | WEEI

Rob Gronkowski: ‘When we get 6, your boy right here is going to be part of 6′

Rob Gronkowski took over the microphone at City Hall Plaza on Tuesday following the Patriots’ parade through Boston and in doing so claimed he would be on the field the next time the Patriots make the Super Bowl. Gronkowski of course was placed on injured reserve in early December after needing back surgery. “What’s up, […]

The Blitz | Boston Herald

Rob Gronkowski ignites crowd at Super Bowl's Radio Row

Rob Gronkowski was the star of Radio Row late in the day as he made an appearance at the Ameritrade Green Room.The tight end, who underwent back surgery the first week of December, strode in to “Gronk” chants as a huge Patriots crowd surrounded the stage. While he didn’t stop for reporters, Gronkowski said he felt “great.”His mother Diane was seated in the front row for Gronkowski’s appearance. She told the Herald being at the Super Bowl and not being able to play was bittersweet for Rob, but that he’d be back next year.

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.