Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski spent the morning undergoing arthroscopic ankle surgery to fix the injury that limited him during Super Bowl XLVI, according to two sources with direct knowledge of the situation.
The procedure was deemed a success, and Gronkowski’s timetable is expected to be less than three months. That may make him ready by mid-April, perhaps healthy enough to participate in the team’s mini-camps.
Gronkowski’s surgery to clean out the ankle was done at Massachusetts General Hospital by team Dr. George Theodore, who worked on Red Sox [team stats] players such as Dustin Pedroia and Curt Schilling, along with Patriots quarterback Tom Brady [stats], a source said. Continued Here.
A.B. Is it weird for me to be jealous of a doctor?
I know there are plenty of people out there who aspire to be doctors and who may wish they were doctors, but is it normal to be JEALOUS?
Like, how baller would it be to sit at a bar anywhere in the world and be like, “Ya, well Gronk, Pedroia & Brady are nothing without me.”
Imagine knowing that how good or bad you are at your job could determine the fate of an entire franchise & cost or make a player millions of dollars.