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2 years agoRob Gronkowski has a tendency to find himself in injury ridden seasons, hindering his fantasy production on occasion. That said, both 2014 and 2015 saw Gronk put up great numbers. With 1,124 yards and 12 touchdowns in 2014 and 1,176 yards and 11 scores the following year, Gronkowski is as good as it gets at tight end when healthy. The interesting aspect in analyzing Rob Gronkowski is that he's been viewed as a borderline first round pick over the last few seasons. Unfortunately, his injury history has knocked him down a peg and rightfully so. There's no question that he'll remain a focal point of the offense but it's fair to question whether it's worth using a high draft pick on such a fragile player. Most rankers will have Gronk in the back half of round two, a much more reasonable range for his 2017 outlook. Still, there's a case to be made that fellow tight ends Jordan and Travis Kelce are more likely to return their draft day value in the third or fourth rounds. Nevertheless, Rob Gronkowski will require a very high pick so just be prepared for the possibility his body won't hold up, crushing your initial roster's foundation.--Frankie Soler - RotoBaller

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