The Buffalo Bills are reportedly interested in signing tight end Rob Gronkowski if he chooses to continue playing.
Tim Graham of the Athletic reported the Bills reached out to Gronkowski when he was a free agent last offseason and remain interested despite Cronk’s uncertain future. It would be a home-coming for Gronkowski, who’s from Amherst, New York, which is about 12 miles outside of Buffalo.
Gronkowski opted to stay in Tampa Bay and play with Tampa Bay to play with Tom Brady. He finished the season with 55 receptions for 802 yards and six touchdowns despite missing five games due to injury.
Brady’s retirement this offseason perhaps paved the way for Gronk to finish his career near his hometown. While the 32-year-old has made no concrete decisions regarding his own future, Gronkowski did say in January he was leaning toward retirement. Gronkowski previously retired in 2019.