For the second time: Brady pal Gronkowski resigns

Four-time pro tight end Rob Gronkowski has again announced his retirement.
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Retirement, championship, retirement: football star Rob Gronkowski once again announces his retirement. He will no longer stand by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and quarterback icon Tom Brady.

Football star Rob Gronkowski has resigned for a second time and will no longer stand by his longtime pal Tom Brady with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. This was announced by the 33-year-old tight end on Tuesday.

“The past two years in Tampa have been amazing. From retirement came back to championship and now it’s back to chilling,” Gronk wrote.

Gronkowski had won the title three times with the New England Patriots alongside Brady and had resigned for the first time in 2018. When quarterback icon Brady continued his career with the Buccaneers in 2020 after leaving New England, Gronkowski came out of retirement and together they immediately won another title.

Brady, who will be 45 in August, announced his retirement after last season, but revised his decision a little later.



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