For the second time: Brady pal Gronkowski resigns

NFL star Rob Gronkowski has retired for a second time and will not play for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers next season despite the comeback of pal Tom Brady. The four-time Super Bowl winner announced the decision on Tuesday via Instagram. He gave everything and will hang out in the future. Until recently, the 33-year-old left his future open.

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

After three titles with the New England Patriots, Gronkowski had already declared his career over three years ago. When quarterback Brady joined the Buccaneers, Gronkowski made a comeback and played professional football for two more years.

In the first season, the Bucs won the Super Bowl, Gronkowski’s fourth title. Brady initially declared his career over after last season, but backed out 40 days later and wants to continue playing for Tampa. But now without his favorite tight end, who had a total of 107 touchdowns in his career.

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

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