Rob Gronkowski reportedly out for rest of postseason with forearm injury
Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is out for the rest of the postseason after re-injuring his forearm, Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio reported on Sunday night.
Citing a source, Florio reported that Gronkowski would need another surgery on the forearm.
Gronkowski left New England's AFC divisional-round game against the Houston Texans on Sunday after falling hard on his left arm while trying to make a catch. Gronkowski originally injured the arm in Week 11 while blocking on an extra point, and he did not return until Week 17.
Gronkowski's loss would be a major blow for the Patriots offense moving forward in the playoffs. The star tight end was also hampered by an injury in last year's postseason.
Per source, Rob Gronkowski is done for the rest of the postseason.Re-injured forearm and needs another surgery.
— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) January 14, 2013