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Rob Gronkowski Won't Rule Out Future Return to NFL: 'It's Always an Option'

7 monthes ago   |   By Bleacher Report

Rob Gronkowski 's big Tuesday announcement wasn't a return to football, but he isn't ruling it out down the line. The retired New England Patriots tight end told Mike Reiss of ESPN...
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Rob Gronkowski Explains Why He Won't Close Door On Making NFL Return One Day

7 monthes ago   |   By NESN

Rob Gronkowski might have effectively closed the book on a return to the NFL this season, but never say never.
The former New England Patriots tight end turned heads when he said he had a “big announcement” to make Tuesday morning. Turns out, that announcement was for a beach party Gronkowski is hosting in Miami the week of Super Bowl LIV.
But shortly after that news broke, Gronkowski indicated to ESPN's Mike Reiss that he's not totally ruling out one day returning to the NFL.
“I wouldn't say ‘never coming back,'” Gronkowski said. “I'm 30 years old. I'm young. I still stay fit, still watch...
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Gronkowski has “no plans” to return in 2019

7 monthes ago   |   By Pro Football Talk

Rob Gronkowski won't have to worry about his Super Bowl party happening with Gronkowski unavailable to attend because he'll be preparing to play in the game. Via Mike Reiss of ESPN.com, Gronkowski said Tuesday that he has no plans to return to football this season. “I wouldn't say ‘never coming back,'” Gronkowski said. “I'm 30
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Rob Gronkowski's big announcement not football related, set to host Super Bowl beach festival

7 monthes ago   |   By CBSSports

Gronk is heading to the Super Bowl, but won't be playing in it
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Patriots Fans Are Bummed About Rob Gronkowski's ‘Big Announcement'

Patriots Fans Are Bummed About Rob Gronkowski's ‘Big Announcement'

7 monthes ago   |   By NESN

Well, we finally have our answer.
Effectively since the moment Rob Gronkowski announced his retirement back in March, Patriots fans began to speculate when, not if, Rob Gronkowski would return to the team he won three Super Bowls with. While Gronk took on multiple off-the-field endeavors over the past few months, he routinely kept the book open for a possible NFL comeback.
It appears that book now is closed , at least as it pertains to the 2019 season. Gronkowski over the weekend teased a “big announcement” slated for Tuesday, which ultimately proved to be his party plans in Miami during...
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Gronk hosting Super Bowl beach party, likely ending comeback speculation

7 monthes ago   |   By TheScore

Rob Gronkowski plans to be in Miami for Super Bowl weekend, but he won't be playing in the big game. The retired tight end announced Tuesday he'll be hosting a beach party music festival featuring recording artists Diplo, Kaskade, Rick Ross, Flo Rida, and 3LAU. "We're going to be world champs again, but this time, of partying. It's going to be the biggest rager Miami has ever seen," Gronk said in a video he shared on Instagram. Many, including New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, have held out hope the four-time All-Pro would make a late-season return for the Patriots' playoff run. But...
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Rob Gronkowski's ‘big announcement' leaves Patriots fans disappointed

7 monthes ago   |   By Yardbarker

Rob Gronkowski took to social media over the weekend to tease a “big announcement” that he was planning to make on Tuesday, and New England Patriots fans have once again been let down by their former tight end. Gronkowski is planning to be in attendance at the Super Bowl in Miami, but not as a player. He is hosting a music festival called “Gronk Beach.” “Future Hall of Famer and 3X Super Bowl champion Rob Gronkowski is no stranger to Big Game Weekend. He may not be playing in the game this year, but he is taking Miami by storm with his personal music festival - Gronk Beach,” a description...
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Rob Gronkowski's ‘Big Announcement' Closes Book On 2019 Return To Patriots

Rob Gronkowski's ‘Big Announcement' Closes Book On 2019 Return To Patriots

7 monthes ago   |   By NESN

Rob Gronkowski will be in Miami for Super Bowl LIV weekend. But even if the New England Patriots make it back to the big game for the fourth consecutive year, he won't be playing.
Gronkowski made his much-hyped “big announcement” Tuesday morning, revealing plans for a music festival called “Gronk Beach” that will be held Saturday, Feb. 1 on Miami Beach.
A promotional video released on Gronkowski's social media platforms showed the retired tight end arguing with himself over whether he should play in the Super Bowl or party at it. Unsurprisingly, Party Gronk won out.
I'm bringing the FIESTA...
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Rob Gronkowski's Tuesday announcement has nothing to do with playing

7 monthes ago   |   By Pro Football Talk

Former Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski said he'd be making a big announcement on Tuesday morning, but anyone hoping it had to do with a return to the playing field is going to be disappointed. Gronkowski's announcement concerns a party he'll be hosting in Miami the day before the Super Bowl. Tickets to the event start
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