The New England Patriots tight end saw his first work in 11-on-11 drills Monday, per ESPN's Mike Reiss. He also took part in 7-on-7 drills and got "in and out of his routes without an issue," via WEEI.com.
The tight end saw a lot of balls thrown his way Monday, per Reiss. However, he didn't see action in blocking sequences.
Amid a report last week that Gronk was "favoring his right knee" and running with a "decent" limp, working in team drills this week is a good sign.
Gronk won't play in the final two preseason bouts, but Monday was encouraging for the prospect of seeing him on the field to start the season.