Rob Gronkowski is a four-time Super Bowl champion. Many people consider him one of the best football players in the modern era and there is a good reason for that. He is also retiring from the NFL.
Gronk brought an end to his football career back in 2019 when he stated that his passion for the game was no longer there. Then the former WWE 24/7 Champion returned to play for the Buccaneers for another season.
Rob Gronkowski also revealed that he is still staying in shape for a potential return to the NFL. However, his future then remained uncertain for a long time.
As reported by NFL insider Jordan Schultz and then later on confirmed by Gronkowski himself, the 33-year-old tight end is officially retiring from the NFL.
“Breaking: Rob Gronkowski tells me he’s retiring. The future first ballot Hall of Famer won four Super Bowls while earning a spot on the NFL’s 100th Anniversary Team and 2010s All-Decade Team. An all-time great officially hangs em up at 33 years old.”
Gronkowski wanted to return to Tampa Bay and play again with Tom Brady but that is no longer the case now. We’ll have to wait and see what Gronkowski will do next, now that he is retired from the NFL.
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