Patriots Nearly Traded Rob Gronkowski to the Lions

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Wide receiver Josh Gordon is a member of the Patriots.

The reasoning behind why the Patriots wanted to trade away their star tight end most likely stemmed from Bill Belichick's disdain for Gronk's off the field actions, or the simple thought that they were maximizing their larges asset, just before the fall.

Gordon was listed as questionable with a hamstring injury. Trey Flowers, the team's top defensive lineman, was knocked out of last week's game with a concussion and safety Patrick Chung also suffered a concussion - both have yet to practice this week and their availability looks increasingly in question.

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Cornerbacks Keion Crossen, Cyrus Jones, and J.C. Jackson, and defensive end Derek Rivers are all active.

In March, Greg Bedard of the Boston Sports Journal reported that the "chances were increasing" the Patriots would, in fact, trade Gronkowski. He has no time for anyone that isn't on his team and helping him win football games.

Gronkowski declined to return calls from the Lions. In the first meeting between Belichick and his former pupils, when they would have the closest familiarity with the Patriots' scheme and players, Belichick is 3-1.

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Familiar faces: Patricia has brought in a half-dozen ex-Patriots since taking over in Detroit.

Hollister was ruled out Friday with a chest injury, while Chung, Flowers and Rowe were downgraded Saturday night.

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