REPORT: Rob Gronkowski Done For the Postseason

The New England Patriots have been able to move the ball easily against the Houston Texans for the second consecutive time this year, and – this time – they ended up using just about every healthy offensive skill player. New England leads 38-28 with 4:58 remaining in the game and has the ball. The winner will host the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Championship Game. RB Danny Woodhead left after getting dinged up early in the game.

Tight end Rob Gronkowski re-injured his forearm, and is done for the season according to NFL Network. He’s scheduled for surgery soon.

Last season, he was playing hurt in the Super Bowl against the New York Giants, after being injured by Baltimore Ravens SS Bernard Pollard in the AFC Championship Game.

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