• Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski on injury report with concussion


    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski has been officially diagnosed with a concussion, according to the team's latest injury report.

    Gronkowski was taken out of Sunday's AFC Championship game just before halftime after a helmet-to-helmet hit and never returned.

    He immediately entered the team's concussion protocol. 

    The team released their first injury report since that game on Wednesday, and Gronkowski was listed as did not practice because of the concussion.

    Other players on the New England Patriots injury report include defensive lineman Deatrich Wise with a concussion, defensive lineman Malcolm Brown with a foot injury, running back Mike Gillislee with a knee injury and offensive tackle LaAdrian Waddle.


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