When Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski was carted off the field Sunday night many wondered if was the last time he would be on the field this season. Monday Gronk good news about his knee injury.

After undergoing an MRI on Monday ESPN's Adam Schefter is reporting that his sources have indicated that no tears were detected in the knee and he has only sustained a bruise or what some have described as a minor knee strain.

The end result which is the best possible news is that he will likely only miss a couple weeks and be able to rejoin the team prior to the conclusion of the regular season.

On a side note the Patriots released wide receiver Chris Harper on Monday. Harper fumbled a punt in Sunday's loss, a turnover that was eventually turned into a touchdown by the Broncos. This leaves only three healthy wide receivers on the roster with Brandon LaFell, Keyshawn Martin and Matthew Slater.

The Pats host the Philadelphia Eagles Sunday live on Sports Radio 92.9 The Ticket

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