Rob Gronkowski has shown tremendous promise through his first three NFL seasons – a could-be-the-best-ever-when-it’s-all-said-and-done type of promise. Gronk’s 2,663 receiving yards and 38 touchdowns through his first three seasons have never been matched by any tight end in NFL history.
The downside is that Gronkowski has finished each of the last two seasons injured, and his injury woes have continued into June, already having had four forearm surgeries and facing a fifth surgery, this one on his back. So should the injuries be a concern for the Patriots, who have $55-million over the next 8 seasons committed to Gronk?
“I still think he’s a decent bet to give you some production over the balance of that contract,” said Michael Felger on UNO Sports Tonight. “Now this year, it might be a little shaky.”
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