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New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick said Wednesday that tight end Rob Gronkowski will not be placed on the active/physically unable to perform list to open training camp. Per ESPN:

This puts Gronkowski in position to be ready for the regular-season opener Sept. 7 at Miami. He said last week that he plans to play the full 16-game schedule.

Gronkowski, who was limited to seven games last season, underwent surgery on his right ACL on Jan. 9.

"It's a positive," said veteran offensive lineman Logan Mankins, one of the Patriots' captains. "We were all hoping Gronk would have a good recovery, and so far he has. Any time you can have Gronk on the field, it's great."
The Patriots' first training camp practice is Thursday.

So where does he get drafted in fantasy football?
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He'll be hurt by week 3
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