The bigger they are, they harder the fall
(HEADLINE HEALTH) As we reported hours before kickoff on Super Bowl Sunday, the short but illustrious career of Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski may be over …
Tom Brady’s favorite receiver endured a season of injuries and concussions.
His team walked away from Minneapolis in defeat.
And when he returned to Foxboro, he found that his home had been burglarized, with ‘multiple safes and possible guns’ reportedly stolen according to the Boston Globe.
Who can blame Gronk for feeling down right now? More below from the Huffington Post on the possible end of Gronk’s career …
Rob Gronkowski Doesn’t Flinch At Mention of ‘Retirement’
“I’m definitely going to look at my future, for sure.”
(Ron Dicker, HuffPost) Reporters peppered a subdued Rob Gronkowski with questions about retirement after the Super Bowl Sunday night.
And he didn’t do much to shoot down the speculation.
Asked to confirm a report that he was “potentially retiring,” Gronkowski replied:
“I don’t know how you heard that but I mean I’m definitely going to look at my future, for sure. I’m going to sit down the next couple of weeks and see where I’m at.”
In a brilliant but injury-riddled career, Gronkowski has broken his left forearm twice, fractured his vertebra and torn the ACL and MCL in his right knee. See the full story at HuffPost.