Patriots' Rob Gronkowski would've been out if Super Bowl was this Sunday

Patriots' Rob Gronkowski would've been out if Super Bowl was this Sunday

The episode then shifts back to Brady's Brookline home, where he relentlessly studies film ahead of the Patriots' Week 4 game versus the Carolina Panthers.

Gronkowski had suffered a concussion in the first half of the AFC Championship Game against the Jacksonville Jaguars that kept him out for the rest of the game.

Tom Brady works on his mechanics with quarterback guru Tom House.

"Gronk's great to have out there, he's a great player", Chris Hogan said in the practice locker room. Gronkowski and Wise are both recovering from concussions and returned to practice Saturday. His clearance must come from the Patriots' head team physician and be confirmed by an independent neurological consultant, per the NFL's concussion protocol guidelines. According to Jim McBride of the Boston Globe, Gronkowski "looked in fine form as he went through stretching, jogging, and then catching passes during individual drills during the portion of full pads practice media were allowed to observe". "He's so unique. In my opinion, I'm not an expert historian, but you'd have to really sell me on there being a better tight end that ever played". While every situation is different, the team's hope is that Gronkowski follows a similar progression.

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"Are you trying to get information out of me?" he said with a laugh.

New England scored on James White's 1-yard touchdown run with 55 seconds remaining to cut the Jaguars' lead to 14-10.

Tom Brady admitted yesterday that his injured right hand isn't yet 100 percent. Gronkowski was once again present at practice on Sunday.