Miami Dolphins tight end Dustin Keller is adamant that something has to be done to cut out low hits to avoid injuries like the one sustained by Rob Gronkowski.
Miami Dolphins tight end Dustin Keller believes that something needs to be done to cut out low hits after New England Patriots' Rob Gronkowski sustained a season-ending injury.
Keller's own campaign was ended in pre-season when he tore his ACL, MCL and PCL during his side's game against the Houston Texans when he was hit low by DJ Swearinger.
The Patriots tight end suffered a similar injury during his side's win over the Cleveland Browns when he reportedly tore his ACL and MCL after being tackled low by TJ Ward.
Keller wrote on Twitter: "Praying for @RobGronkowski and a speedy recovery and a MAJOR comeback... something has to be done about these low hits!!!"
The Dolphins face the Patriots in their week 15 clash.
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