New England Patriots tight end Matthew Mulligan admits that he cannot make up for the loss of his teammate Rob Gronkowski.
New England Patriots tight end Matthew Mulligan has admitted that he can only produce he can and cannot make up for the loss of his teammate Rob Gronkowski.
Gronkowski has been ruled out for the season after he reportedly tore his ACL and MCL in his side's win over the Cleveland Browns, and the Patriots have limited options at his position.
"I only can be myself," Mulligan told reporters. "I can't worry about any of that stuff. I have my own skill set.
"That's what I do well and I just gotta obviously continue to get better and do a little bit more. I can't be Rob Gronkowski. I only can be Matt Mulligan."
Mulligan has made just two catches for 16 yards this season but has one touchdown reception.
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