Patriots' Rob Gronkowski has punctured lung, may miss one game

Patriots' Rob Gronkowski has punctured lung, may miss one game

Patriots' Rob Gronkowski has punctured lung, may miss one game

NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reports that Gronkowski suffered what is believed to be a punctured lung in the team's loss to Seattle.

That Gronkowski was unable to corral a high throw on fourth down from the one-yard line on the final play of the game takes on a whole new meaning in light of this news. Bonus points to the Seahawks' All-Pro safety for decking one of the game's titans and walking away like it was nothing.

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Gronkowski finished the game - meaning he played at least some of the game with the injury. "Probably one of the hardest I've been hit in my career, for sure". Chao also said traveling to San Francisco, where the Patriots play in Week 11, might not be allowed with such an injury. It would be the third time in five seasons that Gronkowski has missed at least three games in a season (he missed the first two games this season with a hamstring injury).

"It was a good, clean hit", he said. I just took it and it just knocked the wind out of me a little bit, that's all. It's a little tough to breathe, but once it comes back, you're good. He hit me fair and square.

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Bennett is the team's second leading receiver with 504 yards and now leads the team in touchdown receptions (4). And Gronk will definitely be keeping a better eye on tiny Earl Thomas if they do.

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