Gronk is done with the NFL for good, finding a new sport to ease his competitive ambitions

One of the greatest players in NFL history will never return to the league in his place. Tight end Rob Gronkowski won’t be called back.

it’s over. It’s all over.

It has become very fashionable to ask when a professional athlete decides to walk away from the sport and then has a change of heart. There is nothing wrong with that. Of course people have that right.

You can understand any skepticism directed at talented tight end Rob Gronkowski. After nine seasons The New England Patriots, walked away from the game. Along with his many invitations in both the regular season and the postseason, there were. Five Pro Bowl invitations, four All-Pro nods and three Super Bowl titles.

In the year There was no football in 2019. Gronkowski chose longtime friend and teammate Tom Brady to return to the NFL in 2020 with “assistance.” The Patriots will change their big target and special blocker Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Things worked out well for Brady and Gronk, who were key cogs in the Bucs’ Super Bowl LV championship campaign.

Both returned in 2021, but the Bucs were dethroned by the eventual Super Bowl champion Rams in the playoffs. The star tight end would retire again and not play in 22. It’s safe to assume he won’t change his mind again.

Rob Gronkowski is ‘happily retired’, taking up a new sport after the NFL.

“No more chances. I’m happily retired,” Grokowski said in a recent interview. TMZ. He found something else to keep him busy and it looked like a pretty good “deal.”

I actually picked up pickleball.” said the 33-year-old celebrity. “I beat my brother Chris who plays with the pros and my other brother Gordon who plays with the pros! And I beat them with an average joe. My other brother, Glenn G. It was my partner!

“So, I’m happily retired. I’m still competing, I’m still winning, so I don’t even need to go back to football.

This time, it seems for good. Now the wait begins. No, not about Rob Gronkowski’s change of heart. He will be a member of the Class of 2027, his first year of eligibility for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

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