‘2022 will be a hell of a year’: Rob Gronkowski talks about future teams and his plan for next season


Rob Gronkowski plays as a tight end for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, a National Football League (NFL) team. He was in an early relationship with the New England Patriots for nine seasons and is one of the most admired players of his generation.

Rob Gronkowski is third on the NFL’s all-time list in receiving touchdowns with a tight finish (9,286) and a tight finish (92). He is currently available as a free agent and was soon questioned about his future plans.

Rob Gronkowski shares his plans as a free agent and what will drive him back to the NFL

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Gronkowski on the field for the Bucs

Rob Gronkowski was questioned if he was excited that he could choose his next team now that he’s a free agent. He said it has been associated with some brilliant teams in the past, and he believes the same will happen in 2022.

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in an interview with CBS Sports, in the tight end, some pressing questions were asked about his current time as a free agent. The interviewer asked him about the challenges of free agency, whether he wanted to close a deal quickly or wait for the best move to come at the end of the season.

Gronkowski replied, “There’s so much potential there and I’ve played for incredible teams in my career. There’s so much to look forward to and all I can say is 2022 is going to be a hell of a year.”

Rob Gronkowski was asked how he plans his future and what will make him return to the NFL for another year. He said it’s relaxing right now to take each day as it comes.

For now I just take a journal and take some time to relax a bit. It’s been an incredible journey and I get a lot of support from my teammates. I have so much love for all of them.”

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