As funny as it may be to suggest that Rob Gronkowski might get another title, it looks like the future Hall of Fame tight end has come to terms with the idea that he won’t.
Speaking on the program “Good Morning America”, Gronkowski categorically stated that he would not return to football. In a three-minute segment, he made it clear that he was looking forward to retiring and would not return to the NFL, even if his great friend Tom Brady asked him to.
“I’m not going back to football. I’m ready,” Gronkowski said.
NFL fans are sad to see Gronkowski making it clear that he has committed suicide for good. Some are shedding tears, while others are happy to see that he is finally ready to hang his boots on a nail forever:
For the better part of a decade, Rob Gronkowski was the best tight end in the NFL after Tony Gonzalez. He recorded just under 10,000 receiving yards and 92 touchdowns while earning five Pro Bowl teams and four All-Pro teams.
Gronkowski has won four Super Bowls and participated in several more-all with Tom Brady as quarterback. He won three with the New England Patriots and one with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Gronkowski will have no shortage of options for a second career if he does retire. He will definitely become a member of the Hall of Fame of the first vote.
We wish Gronkowski the best of luck in his next career.