WWE 24/7 Champion Rob Gronkowski Returning To The NFL

WWE 24/7 Champion Rob Gronkowski Returning To The NFL

Officially Rob Gronkowski was traded to Tampa Bay, but according to the video spoof Tom Brady posted on social media, he was really summoned with the help of a conch shell to be by his once-and-future quarterback's side. "That is hardly the only option for him but it is very much alive".

The move reunites Gronkowski with his former quarterback Tom Brady, greatly strengthening Tampa's chances of making a championship run in 2020. His final season in New England was marked by a transition from the dual-threat blocking and receiving tight end he once was, to primarily just a blocking one.

"A little exhausted, but Gronk reporting", says the man who sat out all of 2019.

Previous year the Bucs had one of the youngest rosters in the NFL. "Ever since I was a kid I was playing football and four sports at a time, and playing football for fourteen or fifteen years straight". Gronkowski and the Patriots also won a Super Bowl. "I have the feeling; I'm ready".

In retirement, Gronkowski worked as an National Football League analyst for Fox Sports and signed a deal with World Wrestling Entertainment.

Gronk hinted that something was up when he appeared on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen on April 20. "You just never know, man".

Tampa's mayor Jane Castor relayed the sighting to St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman during a Facebook Live video call on Monday and prefaced with "I'm not one to gossip" but said, "I gotta tell you this story".

"Pending the physical, Rob has agreed to play for Tampa this season", agent Drew Rosenhaus said.

Possessed of speed, power and agility, the 6-6, 268-pound Gronkowski can make plays downfield like a receiver or turn short passes into big gains by running over would-be tacklers.

ESPN's Adam Schefter tweeted out the exact details of the agreed-upon trade between the Lions and Patriots that Gronk smashed.

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