Soon to be walking like Quasimodo, New England Patriots star Rob Gronkowski will be forced to retire prematurely from the NFL

As this classy strumpet can attest, Rob Gronkowski is not a man long for the NFL.

After the standout tight end had a fourth surgery May 20 on his forearm,’s Ian Rapoport now claims the New England Patriots “(don’t) know” how serious Rob Gronkowski‘s back injury is.

Shelved for the entire 2009 campaign at Arizona following a back operation, the 24-year-old Gronkowski is again feeling “chronic” pain due to degenerative discs.

Considering placing the 6-foot-6, 265 pound Neanderthal on the reserve/PUP list, Gronk may need to undergo the knife and miss the first six games of the season.

“I wish I knew as much (about Gronkowski’s back) as you’d like me to know,” said Patriots owner Robert Kraft.

A two-time All-Pro who established records for the most touchdowns (17) and yards (1,327) by a tight end in 2011, Gronkowski is a superstar and one of the greatest men to ever play the position.

Although the immortal Tom Brady could succeed throwing a pigskin to an alligator, losing the former Wildcat would badly hinder New England’s offensive attack.

Signing a six-year contract extension worth $54 million in June 2012, Gronkowski is destined to retire prematurely as an unfulfilled talent.

Regrettably, expect injuries to force Rob Gronkowski out of the sport within the next five years.

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