“Rob Gronkowski and Tom Brady after 40 days…” Twitter speculates a second return for retired Buccaneers tight end emulating previous instance

Check out the best Twitter Reactions as Rob Gronkowski retired from the NFL for the second time in his career.

Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski

Rob Gronkowski is officially retired from the NFL for a second time in his career. The 33-year-old announced the news of his retirement on his Instagram account through a long farewell post.

However, despite the retirement announcement from the tight end, NFL fans are confident that they have not seen the last of Rob Gronkowski gracing the gridiron. These speculations are very justified given how Gronkowski’s initial retirement went.

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Rob Gronkowski announced his retirement for the second time in his career

Rob Gronkowski
Rob Gronkowski

In 2020, Tom Brady called his good mate, Gronkowski up and convinced him to return to the NFL, following which he was traded to the the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as New England Patriots still had rights over the player.

Even now, Rob Gronkowski’s agent, Drew Rosenhaus has hinted that a comeback might be on the cards. He said that he wouldn’t be surprised if Brady once again works his magic to get Gronk back into action.

According to NFL analyst Adam Schefter, Rosenhaus wrote in a text message, “It would not surprise me if Tom Brady calls him during the season to come back and Rob answers the call. This is just my opinion but I wouldn’t be surprised if Rob comes back during the season or next season.”

Twitter speculates Rob Gronkowski’s future despite his retirement announcement

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