Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski have been famous as an unstoppable duo since the early 2010s. They won four Super Bowls with two different teams during their time together. They also helped each other with their incredible statistics. 

Gronkowski is one of the best tight ends to ever play the game. In the eyes of his admirers, he is easily the most dominant. Tom Brady is on the same page, as far as quarterbacking is concerned, especially given his seven Super Bowl trophies.

Today, Brady was seen passing ultimate praise to Gronk as he took the podium for a Bucs press conference today. While speaking about Gronkowski, Brady shared that he’s glad Gronk came out of retirement to play with him. Then he added that Gronkowski will be the greatest TE to ever play the game.

“I don’t remember exactly how things played out with that. I’m just happy he decided he wanted to come out of retirement. Obviously, playing together with him is just awesome for me. When I chose the Buccaneers, I wasn’t sure if he was going to come out of retirement or if he wanted to play, but it’s been amazing to watch him perform. Brady added.


He further continued, “He’s obviously the greatest tight end ever to play the game, and he’s still doing it. Again, I think his ability to block in the run game, run routes in the pass game, going against smaller players, and then he’s very clutch. He comes up big in the biggest moments.”

It’s hard to debate against Brady’s words as Gronkowski was also on the roster for four of Brady’s seven Super Bowl titles. The two are now playing the 2021 campaign. The quarterback totalled nine touchdown passes and a 113.3 rating on the way to two wins. It will make the Buccaneers difficult to beat as they try to win another championship.   

Shivangini Rawat

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