Gronkowski reportedly visited Dr. James Andrews, who said the tight end is still on track without any setbacks. Gronkowski tore his ACL in Week 14 against the Browns after safety T.J. Ward tackled him head-first to his knee.
Even with that injury, and a back injury that forced him to sit out until an Oct. 20 game against the Jets.
In seven games with the Patriots, Gronkowski was still able to record 592 yards and four touchdowns.
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