It's been over four months since Nick Carnevale suffered a gunshot wound to the head, and the New England Patriots, and more specifically the TB12 Training Facility are making sure the Berkshire County teen knows they support him in his recovery.

In the beginning of November, Nick and his family got the opportunity to be on the sidelines for a Patriots Sunday night game against the Green Bay Packers and he got a chance to meet a few of the players.  But nothing could prepare the teen for his recent invite to the TB12 training facility, which include rehab with some pro trainers and a face to face meet and greet with New England tight end Rob Gronkowski. Gronk had previously sent Carnevale a video message encouraging him in his battle, but the two had never met face to face.

Carnevale's mother, Cara Petricca, shared the videos and pictures on her Face Book page, showing his amazing progress since he was shot in the head at a party in October Mountain State Forrest August 21 of this year.

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