Gronkowski and Hogan Removed From Injury Report
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The New England Patriots are finally getting healthier as key targets Chris Hogan and Rob Gronkowski were removed from the injury report Wednesday.
This is a great sign for the health of two of their offense’ best weapons as it’s required for the Patriots to disclose any injury that is notable.
As stated on the National Football League Operations website.
The Practice Report provides clubs and fans with an accurate description of a player’s injury status and how much he participated in practice during the week. If any player has a significant or noteworthy injury, it must be listed on the practice report, even if he fully participates in practice and the team expects that he will play in the team’s next game. This is especially important for key players whose injuries may be covered extensively by the media.
With confidence, it can be said that the two players who have combined for 26 receptions for 392 yards and 5 scores, are as close to full health as you can possibly get.