Despite the recent fad of big-named, All-Pro stars prepping to hold out and skip the beginning of training camp, it appears the New England Patriots have nothing to worry about, when it comes to tight end Rob Gronkowski. 

According to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter, his sources say that Gronkowski will not be among the growing list of All-Pro stars to skip the start of camp, as they search for new deals.

Gronkowski is expected to be ready to go and on site when the Pats open training camp on July 25.

There had been some questions surrounding Gronkowski's status for this season early on in the year, following the team's crushing Super Bowl LII loss.

Gronkowski had floated the idea of retirement, though those rumors were put to rest after he attended the team's mandatory summer minicamp.

There have been reports that the All-Pro tight end is in search of a more lucrative deal, which has caused some flurry of reports ranging from trade talk to extensions.

For now, one thing seems to be certain; Rob Gronkowski will be on the field, when training camp kicks off.