Rob Gronkowski has been cleared from concussion protocol.
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is scheduled to meet with the media on Thursday, an indication that he has been cleared from the concussion protocol.
"I was just going through the protocol, whatever the standards were, whatever they had me do throughout the week", he said.More news: Arizona Engineer Says He Sold Ammunition to Las Vegas Mass Shooter
"I just go in there and execute the plays that are called", Allen said.
Gronkowski participated fully in practice on Thursday.
Gronkowski said he believes that the team doctors were just using the bye week to be as cautious with the injury as possible. "There's a lot of time to prepare still (and I think we should) use that time wisely".
"It's always great when he's out there", Brady said.More news: New England's Gronkowski cleared for Super Bowl
Gronkowski led the team in receiving during the regular season with 69 catches for 1,084 yards and eight touchdowns. "He's got a spirit about him that's really unmatched, that no one can really duplicate".
Defensive tackle Malcom Brown also returned to practice after suffering a foot injury and is expected to play in the Super Bowl despite a foot injury. "He's a great player, a great person, a great teammate and a big part of what we do", Brady said of Gronkowski.
"What he said was definitely inspiring - to just cherish the moment", Gronkowski said.More news: Nintendo Teams Up With Illumination For Super Mario Bros. Movie
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