After the Patriot's second training camp practice on Friday, Rob Gronkowski stated, "If it was 100 percent, I'd be doing ever single little thing." The New England Patriot's tight end has only been participating in individual drills. While the team drills are taking place he has been forced to watch from the sidelines. Gronkowski states that there is no timetable for him to start taking repetitions in team drills, but he will be dressed in full pads on Saturday to practice running routes and cutting. Gronkowski says, "I'm going to go full speed and I'm going to keep smashing and bashing everything I do."
When Gronkowski is healthy, he is one of the biggest red-zone threats in the NFL. In the three seasons before his injury, Gronkowski never caught less than 10 touchdowns. He is as reliable as they come and if injuries were not a concern, he would easily be coming off the board after or even before Jimmy Graham . With a current ADP of 30, Gronkowski has a lot of question marks. His play style is extremely physical and there's no telling whether he can hold up for an entire season. If you love high risk-high reward players, Gronkowski is your obvious target. If you don't fancy risk, however, I would stay away from the tight end.