Such an injury may cause some to have some trepidation when they step back on a football field, but the 22-year-old said Friday that the injury to him is ancient history.
“The surgery was a while ago,” Gronkowski told reporters on the field after the second day of training camp outside Gillette Stadium. “That’s what the offseason was for, to get healthy.”
Asked if he was at 100 percent, Gronkowski left the answer open to observers.
“100 percent — I’m out there every day. What does it look like?” he said "
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