Rob Gronkowski: Four-time Super Bowl winner retires again

Gronkowski, who first retired in 2019 after a three-time Super Bowl win with the New England Patriots, retired in 2020 to reunite with longtime teammate Tom Brady.

Four-time Super Bowl champion Rob Gronkowski announced his career time for the second time on Tuesday after his two-year stint with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The duo ultimately helped the Buccaneers win the Super Bowl last year, with Gronkowski scoring two touchdowns as the Florida team ended an 18-year drought.

“Now I’m going back to my nursing home, walking out of football again with my head held high knowing that I gave it all I had, for good or ill, every time I stepped onto the pitch,” Gronkowski wrote in an email. Twitter.

“The friendships and relationships I have formed will last forever and I appreciate each of my teammates and coaches for giving everything they had as well.

“From retirement, back to football and winning another championship, and now back to rest, thanks to everyone … Welcome to what comes next, maybe sailing the seas.”

Gronkowski ends his career in the tight end with the most touchdowns in post-season history (15).

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