Reports earlier in the week said he would likely be cleared by doctors and suit up on Sunday when the Patriots host the New Orleans Saints. But as Sunday approaches, there is “less optimism” the tight end will be able to take the field and make his season debut.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter Tweeted out early Friday that “there is less optimism today than there was earlier this week that Rob Gronkowski will play Sunday,” and that Gronk has still not been cleared by doctors.
There is less optimism today than there was earlier this week that Rob Gronkowski will play Sunday vs. New Orleans. Still not cleared by Dr.— Adam Schefter ( AdamSchefter) October 11, 2013
Gronkowski has been sidelined for the start of the season as he recovers from a broken forearm he suffered last season. He initially broke the bone in Week 10 while blocking for an extra point, and returned after surgery for the end of the regular season. But he rebroke the bone in the Patriots’ playoff win over the Houston Texans, and has had to undergo three surgeries on the bone since "
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