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Rob Gronkowski officially ‘doubtful’ for Sunday’s opener

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FOXBOROUGH — Rob Gronkowski might make the trip to Buffalo, but it’s not likely that the Patriots tight end will play in Sunday’s season opener against the Bills.

Gronkowski was officially listed as doubtful for Sunday’s game. Although he practiced all week, he was limited in his availability, including Friday.

Receiver Danny Amendola, who had also been limited Wednesday and Thursday with a groin injury, participated fully in Friday’s practice and was listed as probable.

Offensive lineman Will Svitek was ruled out with a knee injury; he did not practice this week. The other four Patriots on the injury report are all questionable: receiver Aaron Dobson (hamstring), running back Brandon Bolden (knee), and defensive backs Nate Ebner (foot) and Duron Harmon (hamstring).

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