Rob Gronkowski Named 2014 Comeback Player Of Year

Rob Gronkowski Named 2014 Comeback Player Of Year

Rob Gronkowski was selected as the Pro Football Writers of America Comeback Player of the Year for 2014.

In 2013 Gronk missed all of training camp, the first 6 games of the season, and the final game with injuries. He finished the season with 39 catches and four touchdowns; the lowest output of his

That turned around this season when he caught 82 passes for 12 touchdowns and didn’t miss a single game.

He led all NFL tight ends in receiving yards, receiving yards per game at 74.9 and tied for first with 12 TDs. He also paced all NFL TEs with 60 receiving first downs and 10 receptions of 25 yards or more.

Rob Gronkowski is the third Patriots player to receive Comeback Player of the Year honors joining wide receiver Randy Moss (2007) and quarterback Tom Brady (2009).