Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski, who already was pondering his future before suffering a concussion in the National Football League playoffs, is considering retirement to pursue a career in acting, according to the Eagle-Tribune, which cited an unidentified source.
Rob Gronkowski has yet to commit to playing football in 2018, and there has been speculation that the tight end's concussion in the AFC Championship Game and the other serious injuries he has suffered are the driving force behind his uncertainty. On the day of the Super Bowl, Pro Football Talk speculated that Gronkowski might retire after the game. New England has a bevy of free agents who are likely to leave in the coming weeks including running backs Dion Lewis and Rex Burkhead, receiver Danny Amendola, tackle Nate Solder and cornerback Malcolm Butler.
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After his team's loss at the Super Bowl LII, Rob Gronkowski explained that he will indeed sit down and reassess his career options going forward.
For The Win are saying that his tweet was in response to a report from NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, who suggested that the tight end is expected to return in 2018. He said he was having more fun on the field than at any point in his career, but his frustrations from training camp still lingered. Gronkowski is set to make $8 million next season and $9 million in 2019 in terms of base salary. He was later linked to thoughts of becoming an actor, or joining the WWE. The tight end probably needs a new one. And NBC Sports Boston's Tom E. Curran had perhaps the most ominous report yet, when he said that Gronk was not happy during the 2017 season and that the Patriots' atmosphere and football's physical toll is "starting to wear on him". Some of his frustrations surrounded the way he was training and the team didn't want him to train that way.