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ESPN’s Schefter: Gronk gets his shot in Buffalo

It appears Glenn Gronkowski didn’t waste any time climbing to the top of the depth chart.

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ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter reports the Buffalo Bills have made a personnel change that apparently puts K-State graduate Glenn Gronkowski as the Bills’ primary fullback.

The Bills signed Gronkowski as an undrafted free agent. “Baby Gronk” spent four seasons at K-State, including taking a redshirt as a true freshman. In three years actually getting on the field, he tallied 16 carries for 51 rushing yards and 1 rushing touchdown, 15 receptions for 369 receiving yards and 5 receiving touchdowns, and completed 1 of 2 passes for a 4-yard touchdown.