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Friday, October 24, 2014

Report: Rob Gronkowski believed to have torn ACL in right knee

Rob GronkowskiRob Gronkowski suffered what is believed to be a torn ACL in his right knee after being hit by T.J. Ward during the New England Patriots-Cleveland Browns game on Sunday.

FOX NFL reporter Mike Garafolo reported the news on Twitter and says Gronk will have an MRI on Monday to confirm the extent of the injury.

Gronk could not put weight on his leg after getting hit low by Ward. He was carted off the field and it was pretty obvious he suffered a serious injury.

[WATCH: See the play where Rob Gronkowski got hurt]

Gronkowski has had some rotten luck lately. He broke his forearm last season while protecting on an extra point. He re-broke the forearm after returning early from the first injury. He had four surgeries on the forearm in seven months because of infections. He also had surgery on his back.

If Gronk needs surgery for a torn ACL, that will mean six surgeries for him since last November.



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