Normalcy Coming For Rob Gronkowski

November 11th, 2021

Update from Bruce Arians

Joe already brought word what Super Bowl-winning coach Bucco Bruce Arians had to say about several injured Bucs last night on SiriusXM NFL Radio,  particularly foot-rubbing, car-littering film guru tight end Rob Gronkowski.

Arians believes normalcy for Gronk may be a few weeks away. Arians noted that he doesn’t want to rush Gronk (again) and have him reinjure himself. So Arians is playing it cautious.

When Gronk does return, Arians wants him ready to go for the “distance.”

The audio of Arians’ words about Gronk was released on Twitter this morning and can be heard below.

19 Responses to “Normalcy Coming For Rob Gronkowski”

  1. Casual Observer Says:

    Smart strategy.

  2. Robert Says:

    This is OJ’s chance to show something. If he doesn’t blow up he’s gone.

  3. Daryl Green Says:

    I personally don’t want to see him until the Saints gm.
    Thank you, Thank you so much.👊🏾

  4. PSL Bob Says:

    Agree, don’t put him out there until he’s 100% healed and in football shape.

  5. SOEbuc Says:

    Yes 100 if that’s even possible.

  6. Debora Moroney Says:

    Hes 💯 right!!! He retired cause of playing hurt. He broke ribs and punctured a lung you try playing football after that. We will need him for the SB. I guess he learned the hard way you have to wear your pads. Gronky hang in there…..

  7. captiva jim Says:

    hold Gronk till January playoffs………

  8. The Daily Coroner Says:

    Should have done that two weeks ago!

  9. Mike C Says:

    OJ? Who is this OJ you speak of? I HAVEN’T SEEN HIM.

  10. SOEbuc Says:

    Should of done that in the second half of game 3. How stupid can you be.

  11. crazyBucs_CL Says:

    @”…Should have done that two weeks ago!..”
    true, but with a joker HC we have, mistakes are so common.
    I believe TV🤡 decisions, had effected Gronk’s conditions, and most likely his carrier as football player.
    Get well Gronk, and Thank You!

  12. Listnfrmafar Says:

    crazybucs couldn’t agree with you more. This is a guy you need healthy later in the season and playoffs. I wonder if Gronk got injured in Saints and out for the season BA would of got his walking papers? Woulda,Coulda, Shouda.

  13. The Beer Whisperer Says:

    People hollering about OJ showing up. OJ’s ceiling has probably been lowered, tearing his achilles.
    There’s not an NFL player, that hasn’t had a drop off in production, after an achilles tear. If there is one who hasn’t, I’d like to know who they are.

    To my knowledge, Dominique Wilkins, is the only athlete in major sports not to suffer a drop off.

    I’m thinking, OJ won’t be no Gronk.

  14. crazyBucs_CL Says:

    @”….There’s not an NFL player, that hasn’t had a drop off in production, after an achilles tear. …”
    that may be true, but the question is when was his show up, I doubt it was one.

  15. Hodad Says:

    Draft a TE no later than the third round in 2022.

  16. webster Says:

    The beer whisperer i dont know what you are talking about. You going all the way back to wilkins? Ever heard of kevin durant?

  17. webster Says:

    Also beer whisperer, off the top of my head brent grimes had a great career ie pro bowls after achilles injury. Terrell suggs tore both his achilles at different points and still balled out. Michael crabtree tore his in san fran and went to oakland and had the same type of impact. Im sure there are more players

  18. Morris Steelman Says:

    Whoo hooo I need my Gronkenbeast back for fantasy playoffs. And My boy Tom needs his boy back to watch his back blocking and about 10 more td’s!

  19. Morris Steelman Says:

    Webster is right about not all have a drop off.