INDIANAPOLIS New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski did not practice Monday because of his high left ankle sprain.
He was hurt during the third quarter of the 23-20 victory over the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC championship in Foxborough, Mass.
Gronkowski, who has not practiced since the injury, has 15 catches for 232 yards and three touchdowns this postseason. Coach Bill Belichick said Sunday that Gronkowski would be day to day.
Monday's practice was New England's first in Indianapolis, as the Patriots prepare for Sunday's Super Bowl against the New York Giants.
Baltimore: Former Wake Forest and Indianapolis Colts coach Jim Caldwell was hired to be the Ravens' quarterbacks coach.
Buffalo: Coach Chan Gailey said the defense will switch from a 3-4 scheme to predominantly a four-man front.
Cincinnati: Receiver Jerome Simpson has pleaded not guilty to marijuana trafficking.
New York Jets: A South Carolina man accused of using a stun gun on other fans during a fight at a Jets-Dallas Cowboys game last year has pleaded not guilty.
A lawyer for Leroy McKelvey of Moncks Corner, S.C., entered the plea in state court in Hackensack, N.J. McKelvey is charged with aggravated assault and unlawful possession of a weapon.
Kansas City: The Chiefs hired Tom McMahon to coach special teams.
Philadelphia: Former Dolphins interim coach Todd Bowles was hired to coach the secondary. Bowles was 2-1 as Miami's coach after Tony Sparano was fired.