Shoulder keeps Rob Gronkowski out of practice Wednesday

Rob Gronkowski, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end had spiked hindered the ball using his left hand right after he caught one touchdown the previous Sunday and informed that his injured right-hand shoulder was actually the reason why took that route.

According to Gronkowski, his shoulder was not giving him a lot of trouble; however it is an issue that the Buccaneers had him miss his practice session on Wednesday.

Gronkowski was accompanied by his teammate, quarterback Tom Brady who was also out of practice on Wednesday.

Both the players sat out of Buccaneer’s first practice session for this week. Linebacker Lavonte David (knee), Safety Andrew Adams (hamstring), defensive lineman William Gholston (bicep), wide receiver Mike Evans (ankle), wide receiver Scotty Miller (hip, groin), wide receiver Chris Godwin (hamstring), safety Antoine Winfield Jr. (shoulder) and linebacker Jason Pierre-Paul (knee) were also listed as the limited participants.

Previously on Wednesday, coach Bruce Arians said that Gronkowski was scheduled for one veteran’s day off; however he instead has ‘shoulder’ now attached next to his name.

Gronkowski would look to receive a few reps by this weekend, however, as per Arians, the tight end will likely be fine to play against Raiders this Sunday.

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