Rob Gronkowski, the tight end with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, has decided to retire once more.
Gronkowski, 33, announced his retirement on Twitter on Tuesday. Gronkowski's agent, though, told that
he wouldn't be surprised if Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady could persuade his client to
come out of retirement a second time. Gronkowski had previously announced his retirement
from the New England Patriots following the 2018 season due to injuries. Brady, a 2010 second-
round draft pick out of Arizona, is largely responsible for defining his career's expectations, and
it was Brady who brought him out of retirement to play for the Bucs in 2020.
Gronkowski has 92 career touchdowns, which ranks him 12th all-time in the NFL.