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Patriots Rob Gronkowski Undergoes Ankle Surgery

by Robert Littal | Posted on Friday, February 10th, 2012
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After dancing with no shirt on and cheesing with Kobe Bryant, GRONK decided it was time to gett that bum ankle take care of.

For the fans who think bad dancing is the same as playing on NFL Sunday, please stop and go get your GED.

Just because you watch HOUSE doesn’t make you a medical expert.

New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left ankle this morning, Liz Mullen of SportsBusiness Journal reports. Gronkowski injured his ankle while being tackled by Baltimore Ravens safety Bernard Pollard in the AFC Championship Game. The second-year tight end returned to the game with his left ankle taped heavily and was able to play in Super Bowl XLVI, though surgery after the season has always been the likely scenario. According to Mullen, the recovery time is expected to take 10 weeks, which means Gronkowski will be ready to go well before training camp.

 

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