• Gronkowski decides to put off another surgery for now

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Apr 11, 2013
    At that point Gronkowski and the Patriots will determine their next move, which most likely will lead to another surgery. If Gronkowski is to need another surgery, he could still have about 10 weeks to heal before training camp opens. The prospect of another arm surgery for Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski isn’t as inevitable as otherwise believed. As has been well-documented, Gronkowski first broke his left forearm late in New England’s 59-24 victory over the Colts Nov. No determinations have been made, there’s no surgery scheduled, and we’re not even sure if he’s going to need one.” According to Karen Guregian and Ron Borges of the Boston Herald, doctors have decided to continue antibiotics instead of a procedure to look inside his arm and install a new protective plate.
    • Gronkowski, Patriots remain in wait-and-see mode

      According to a report on Thursday, the Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski and team officials are working with a loose six-week timetable when it comes to the health of his left forearm: if his fracture isn’t healing well enough, and perhaps more importan
      Source: boston.com
    • Gronkowski surgery not inevitable, but probable

      The prospect of another arm surgery for Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski isn’t as inevitable as otherwise believed. While it’s indeed probable at this point that Gronkowski will need another procedure on his twice-broken forearm, there’s still a ch
    • Report: Rob Gronkowski surgery on hold

      The timeline for New England Patriots Pro Bowl tight end Rob Gronkowski's return remains unknown. But according to the Boston Herald, a fourth surgery on Gronkowski's left arm will be delayed "a few more weeks" until the infection clears. At t…
      Source: ESPN.com

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