Bob Gronkowski has a message for Tom Brady fans who want him to keep playing
The legendary tight end of the New England Patriots has always supported the decisions of the ‘GOAT’ and this time was no exception.
Tom Brady recently uploaded another post where he shares his life after retirement, in which he shared a video of playing golf, beach soccer, and hanging out with his friends.
One of them did not miss this adventure with Tom and did not miss the opportunity to comment on the video. Rob Gronkowski made sure everyone calling for Tom Brady to return to the NFL remembers that he’s not coming back.
The rumor of Brady returning to play with San Francisco
— Sunday Night Football on NBC (@SNFonNBC) April 14, 2023
In recent days, there were rumors about the possibility of Tom Brady coming out of retirement to play with the San Francisco 49ers for at least one season. He reportedly spoke to members of the bay team’s management to see if he had one more season left on his arm.
From a technical standpoint, the 49ers aren’t wrong to think they can use Brady one more season and give Brock Purdy the time he needs to fully recover.
During last season’s NFL Playoffs, the young player suffered an ugly injury and even had to undergo surgery. It is impossible for you to return to your best level of performance immediately, you need a few months of mobility and physiotherapy. Brady would have been a great choice, but the legendary QB doesn’t seem to be thinking about a comeback. All we know is that Brady is fully enjoying his retirement.
Gronk knows something about Brady that we don’t.
Since they keep in touch constantly, the fact that Gronkowski posted that specific comment about TB12 tells us that he has first-hand information.
The closest we will get to Tom Brady to football will be when he debuts as an NFL analyst on Fox Sports during the 2024 season. Before that happens, Tom wants to enjoy vacations and life for the rest of 2023 and hang out with his friends.
Gronk did not miss this recent conviviality and will be present at future celebrations with his elegant friend. These two have to be among the most memorable duos in NFL history, they are sure to be missed on the gridiron.