Former Wildcat Gronkowski done for the season after re-injuring his forearm
Reporter: Lauren Weinberg, Sports Assistant
HOUSTON (KGUN9-TV) - New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is out for the rest of the postseason due to an injury in the AFC Divisional playoff game against the Houston Texans.
The former Arizona Wildcat re-broke his arm in the first quarter while attempting to make a catch. Gronkowski's arm was initially broken back on Nov. 18.
Gronkowski missed five weeks of action, but then returned for the Patriots final regular season game and saw limited playing time.
The Patriots defeated the Texans, 41-28 and will take on the Baltimore Ravens for the AFC Championship.
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