retired tight end Rob Gronkowski nearing return to the soccer field this season.
After much consideration, he chose to remain retired.
Gronkowski is Tampa Bay Buccaneers Around Thanksgiving about returning to the NFL to help his former team make the playoffs, according to the Tampa Bay Times.
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“It was more of a conversation than anything else,” Bucks coach Todd Bowles said. I didn’t think much of it.”
According to reports, Gronk was ‘boring’ I didn’t play football and contacted the Bucks to inquire about playing again.
Gronkowski retired for the second time after the 2021 season after catching 55 passes for 802 yards and six touchdowns.
Tom Brady persuaded Gronkowski After their first retirement from the New England Patriots, the pair won the Super Bowl in 2020.
Gronkowski caused controversy earlier in the week when he launched a tweet that appeared to imply that a return to football was in the cards.
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“It’s kind of boring,” Gronkowski wrote Wednesday night.
After all, Gronkowski’s tweet was just a promotion of his partnership with FanDuel.
Gronkowski’s return to the Tampa Bay sideline didn’t hurt considering the Bucks are struggling to a 6-8 record. Brady and the offense failed to give enough points to the board, averaging only 17.6 points per game for him.
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Even with two games under .500, Tampa Bay still has a one-game lead in the NFC South with three games to go.
The Bucks will face the Arizona Cardinals on Christmas.