Published: Wed, April 25, 2018
Sports | By Brooke Harris

Gronkowski announces he'll return for 2018 season

Gronkowski announces he'll return for 2018 season

Gronkowski's agent, Drew Rosenhaus, was also reportedly at the meeting. "Looking forward to another championship run", Gronkowski said.

A source told Schefter that Gronkowski will not be traded this season. Gronkowski previously hinted at considering retirement following New England's Super Bowl loss to the Eagles. The tight end said he was going to sit down "over the next couple of weeks" and think about his future. He led the Patriots with 69 receptions, which went for 1,084 yards and eight touchdowns. He made it official on Tuesday.

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When the team gathered at Gillette Stadium last week for the start of the offseason workout program, Gronk didn't report.

After Gronk's freakish appearance Saturday at Gillette Stadium to promote Monster Energy Supercross, this likely cleared the air and mended a few fences if there was a need with Belichick. He earned $10.75 million in 2017 after restructuring his deal last offseason and hitting his incentives.

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Gronkowksi's future in the National Football League has been the subject of much speculation, with the Pro Bowl tight end reportedly considering retirement at the age of 28.

We can all stop watching the video of Rob Gronkowski dancing with other celebrities, wondering if he will come back to the Patriots for the 2018 season. Knowing their all-world tight end is coming back for at least one more season has to bring joy to their eyes. It's resulted in five Super Bowl rings and dozens of diamonds found in the rough.

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