Rob Gronkowski TE NE 12 Days
A source with knowledge of the situation tells Profootballtalk.com that Rob Gronkowski (ankle) is "fine."
Gronkowski came up limping at one point after being tackled in Sunday's game against the Texans, but finished out the contest and should be near 100 percent going forward. Multiple Patriots observers recently have stated that Gronkowski looks more fluid and athletic than ever this season. Look out, NFL.
Rob Gronkowski TE NE 18 Days
Rob Gronkowski played on all 86 snaps in Sunday night's overtime win over the Broncos.
It's the first time all season Gronk has played on every snap. As ESPN Boston notes, it's a sign of his improving health, stamina and conditioning. Gronk has a touchdown in three straight games and has found the end zone a remarkable 41 times in his 48 career games.
Rob Gronkowski TE NE 24 Days
Rob Gronkowski caught five passes for 59 yards and one touchdown in New England's Week 11 loss to Carolina on Monday night.
Gronkowski was targeted seven times on the night but didn't see his first pass until there was 1:52 left in the first half. He was a big-time factor afterward both as a receiver and blocker. On Gronk's nine-yard touchdown in the third quarter, he beat Quintin Mikell on a slant route and plowed through three Carolina defenders on his way to the end zone. He added a big catch down the right seam on a fourth-and-ten play on the final drive. Gronkowski was also part of the final play. Tom Brady targeted his tight end from 18 yards out with no time remaining. Luke Kuechly was tasked to cover Gronkowski, and the linebacker bear-hugged him in the end zone. Officials threw a flag before deciding to pick it up, ending the game. Gronkowski will be Rotoworld's No. 1 tight end for Week 12 against Denver.