The Gronkowski situation is getting ridiculous. No, that is not accurate- it is an unprecedented situation. FIVE surgeries for a broken forearm? Persistent problems over what should be one of the mildest football injuries over six months later? And now they are claiming Gronk will have to have back surgery as well. Even more humorously, this surgery will be delayed enough so that if there are complications (which we know there WILL be, since Gronk seems to have a slew of "complications" that no other football player previously has ever had), then his status for the regular season opener may be in jeopardy. Now someone explain to me how Adrian Peterson came back, against all odds, and all historical precedent, to start from Week 1 last year, resulting in the total marginalization of Toby Gerhart, who was on the verge of breaking out. And now, RGIII, complete with huge corporations designing ad campaigns to urge him to be ready for Week 1, is supposedly healing at a record setting pace as well. Want to bet he doesn't start the regular season opener, and somehow look as "dazzling" as he did last season? And yet poor Gronk, who coincidentally has become the greatest white non-QB skill position player we've seen in a very long time, dominating his position like no other and already shattering records, just cannot recover from a broken forearm suffered last December. The one he managed to initially break while blocking for an extra point. I'd still like to see footage of that. Peterson is being referred to now regularly as "not mortal" or "not human," because of his incredible healing powers. RGIII is sure to garner the same kind of jaw dropping superlatives from the media and DWFs. So now we can add "faster healers" to the list of attributes black athletes possess, that their hard working, lunch pail type peers don't. Yes, if only Gronk would just behave himself off the field, like all the "real" athletes do.