Despite the fact that Rob Gronkowski hasn’t practiced this week, sources say he “will absolutely be good to go” for the Super Bowl next Sunday.
The Patriots tight end left the AFC Championship game in the first half after suffering a concussion to to an injury to the head. In the days that have followed there has been a lot of speculation on whether or not Gronk will be ready to play in the Super Bowl, but a recent report said that there’s no doubt about it–he’s playing.
Sources: Gronkowski “will absolutely be good to go” for Super Bowl. Already working out in facility.
— Kirk Minihane (@kirkmin) January 25, 2018
On Thursday Kirk Minihane of WEEI’s “Kirk & Callahan Show” reported that Gronkowski will be back and “good to go” for the Patriots matchup with the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LII. (RELATED: Jacksonville Jaguars Star At A Loss For Words On How To Stop Tom Brady)
Following the Patriots AFC Championship win The Boston Herald reported that there was “optimism” Gronk would be back for the big game, but optimism seems to have faded with the star tight end being held out of practice. So, Patriots fans should be excited to hear the latest report.