Bruce Arians revealed the condition of his star tight end ahead of Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins for Week 5.
When Rob gronkowski was injured during the match against Los Angeles Rams, there wasn’t as much concern regarding the player’s injury, but once it was confirmed that he had a couple of broken ribs things got a bit more serious within the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
At that time, the current champions of the NFL They announced that the tight end would miss at least one game and that they would be evaluating him day by day to observe the evolution of the discomfort he presented. That game that he lost was last weekend in what was going to be his reunion with his former team, the New England Patriots.
However, the wait at the Buccaneers looks like it will be a bit longer as there was a chance that Rob gronkowski had to be absent for a period longer than a week while he got over his rib discomfort and that is precisely what ended up happening.
Out for Week 5
This was confirmed this Friday by the coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Bruce Arians, who revealed that Rob gronkowski will not be present with the team for the match this Sunday against the Miami dolphins, corresponding to Week 5 of the 2021-2022 season of the National Football League.
But not everything is bad news for the Bucs, since Arians himself assured that for this Sunday’s game he will have Jason Pierre-Paul and Jamel Deal. The strategist has struggled this season with his defensive line due to injuries, so the return of these two players will be of great help.
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