Rob Gronkowski, TE, Patriots
2014 Outlook: Gamble (high risk)Last updated on Jun-24-2014 by Daniel Kalles
Rob Gronkowski is the premiere tight end when healthy, putting up numbers that can compare with any of the top wide receivers in the game. Needless to say, his biggest issue has been staying healthy (only played in 18 games over last two seasons). When healthy, Gronk can go toe-to-toe with TE Jimmy Graham. The word out of OTAs is that he looks great. He is running, cutting and catching everything thrown his way and playing without any restrictions. Keep a close on eye on how he progresses through training camp and preseason. If he is a full go to start the season, try and get him. He won't disappoint and will be locked-in as a starter all year. This all assumes Gronkowski is on the field though, which is quickly becoming the exception, not the rule.
FFToolbox NFL News & Rumors10/25 - Patriots RB Shane Vereen (illness) questionable, likely to play
10/14 - Patriots QB Tom Brady: 'Rob Gronkowski is back. Absolutely'
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|3.04||Fantasy Taz - Just can't get off the Gronk-train. Already they are saying he is on track to start Week 1. I expect him to have a huge year and once again become Brady's top target.|
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