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Rob Gronkowski will need a fourth surgery on his forearm

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Bennett will be a top 10 TE and Hernandez will play 16 games (oh wait he's never played a full season..nevermind). I say a lot of stupid chit here so this keeps in line with that. Oh...and Megatron breaks Rice's receiving record with a bakers dozen of TD's. While I'm at it, Stew gets the full time gig and goes for 1,500 yards!! :woot:

 

 

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I say a lot of stupid chit here

 

 

Bennett will be a top 10 TE

 

Uh, yup.

 

And good luck derailing the juggernaut train I am trottin' out in that league. :woot:

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Uh, yup.

 

And good luck derailing the juggernaut train I am trottin' out in that league. :woot:

 

 

bummer...we don't play each other this season. Lucky you

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bummer...we don't play each other this season. Lucky you

 

 

Taz, clear out your mailbox!

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Uh oh.

 

Per rotoworld.com

 

 

USA Today reports Rob Gronkowski recently underwent an MRI to check a disc issue in his back and "could require surgery."

 

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport heard Gronkowski is battling "chronic back pain," necessitating the MRI. It's worth remembering Gronkowski missed the entire 2009 season at Arizona after undergoing surgery to repair a herniated disc in his back.

 

A first-round talent, Gronk slipped to the 42nd overall pick amid rumors he had spinal stenosis. USA Today's Mike Garafolo reports Gronkowski's back became an issue again "dating back to last season," though it concerns a "different disc" than the one Gronk had surgically repaired in college.

 

A decision on whether further surgery will be required has "not yet been made." Gronkowski is already scheduled for a fourth arm surgery on Monday. He'll seek an opinion on the back from Dr. Robert Watkins "in the near future." May 17 - 3:26 PM

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Infection in the forearm is gone.

 

http://www.nfl.com/n...llowing-surgery

 

My suggestion: wait 48 hours from the time of surgery before believing that report. Could be true, but there's no way to know for sure until the cultures they took during the operation don't grow any bugs. Those typically takes 48 hours to come back definitively so, if they're still saying no infection on Wednesday, it'll be based on much stronger evidence.

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Wonder when I will be able to sneak him in 12 team leagues.

 

He'll be ready to go by the start of the season I bet.

 

Dude on the Saints will now be the only TE drafted in the first 3 rounds, maybe more.

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