Rob Gronkowski on Barry Church hit

Rob Gronkowski on Barry Church hit

Rob Gronkowski on Barry Church hit

New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski was a surprise attendee late Thursday afternoon at the Patriots' last press availability of the week, in their designated media-interview area at the Mall of America.

"It's a split-second to make a decision", Gronkowski said.

"It feels good", said Gronkowski, in reference to being cleared from the NFL's concussion protocol on Thursday so he could play on Sunday.

Gronkowski was originally hurt on a helmet-to-helmet from Jaguars safety Barry Church in the AFC Championship Game. Everything went smooth, everything went well and I got the clearance, which feels good.

After the hit, though, White called Gronkowski's one-game suspension "a joke". "It happens. Just gotta move on". While Gronkowski appeared at the start of Wednesday's practice in full pads, per Reiss, the tight end hasn't been cleared for more than individual drills at this point.

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According to Belichick, Gronkowski was limited at Wednesday's practice and remains in the concussion protocol.

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And, yeah, he certainly knows how to have a good time when his attention isn't on football. It's one more opportunity this year to go out there and play the game I love to play. "I think they did a great job preparing me to get back out on the field".

The Eagles likely will mix up coverage of Gronkowski, starting with safety Malcolm Jenkins.

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