Though the Patriots won last night facing off against the Giants on Thursday night football, it’s obvious that the Patriots offense is in need of help. With an offensive line and receiving core that’s decimated by injuries, it’s clear that New England is having trouble getting chunk plays down field. The one man that can help that problem unfortunately retired after last season, but there’s lasting hope that he’ll make a return.
Team owner Robert Kraft revealed after the game that the former tight end and Patriots great never officially submitted his retirement papers, meaning the window for the comeback is cracked open ever so slightly.
Patriots’ owner Robert Kraft, on the NFL Network pregame show, said Rob Gronkowski has yet to officially file retirement papers. Kraft said he can always hope and pray that Gronkowski might come back.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) 10 de octubre de 2019
Gronk is currently working as an analyst at FOX after taking up a job with the network last week.