Is Rob Gronkowski Coming Back to Buccaneers?

Is Rob Gronkowski Coming Back to Buccaneers?

If the New England Patriots are willing to sign Gronkowski, they will be doing so for at least one more season. Gronkowski, who turns 33 in May, is a free agent. He spent last season on a one-year, $8 million deal with the team before retiring early. Gronk has made 100 receptions for 1,425 yards and 13 touchdowns in two seasons with the Buccaneers.

Gronkowski has not ruled out coming back to the Buccaneers. His decision will likely be made based on his desire to play football, not on Tom Brady’s influence. But if he is, he will have a difficult decision to make. Despite his recent statements, the future of his career remains uncertain. While he has stated that he will only play for the Bucs until 2022, there are no guarantees he will come back to Tampa Bay.

If he does decide to return, the Buccaneers would have to make a big investment in a new tight end. They added three tight ends during the draft, and now have five on their roster. But, that has no bearing on Gronkowski’s future with the team. While the odds of Edelman becoming a Buccaneer are slim, they may be willing to consider Gronkowski’s ultimatum.

While Rob Gronkowski said he would return to the NFL in 2022, the team will still be uncertain about whether he’ll play this season. During his second season with the Buccaneers, he posted a video on social media that appeared to suggest he would be back for another season. After all, the Buccaneers’ success is largely due to the fact that he played for Tom Brady.

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