I was trying to think of my favorite Gronk memories, and there are like 20 of them. Forget the pure dominance, the sheer entertainment value with Gronk is going to be missed as well. Throwing guys out of the club, the soldier walk in the London game, still thinking 69 is the best number ever, yo soy fiesta. Dude is one of a kind. Gonna miss him, but it’s the right decision.
Bless be, Gronk. Understandable as much as it hurts. Do what was right for your body and for you. Now go enjoy those career earnings you said you would smartly hold off to use. One last spike for you, man. The exuberance you always brought to just enjoying this game but knowing work came first was admirable. You were asked to do it, you did it. Blocked like a freight train, catch radius and range that of a Weber store.
Man, his last reception though. It's just so poetic. An incredibly difficult weak side slant on an absolutely incredible ball placement to set up the winning score the next player.
Just so many memories...Denver 2014 with a one-handed Tarzan rope grab, the shimmy in Washington, at Denver in 2015 murdering an all-time great defense, beating KJ Wright on the seam in man in SB49, the double move off angle ball to take the then-lead in SB52, killing Pittsburgh up the seams when they finally decided to move off of zone, throwing guys the fuck out of the club in Indy...
Mike Reiss @MikeReiss4m4 minutes ago
Rob Gronkowski called Patriots owner Robert Kraft today to inform him of his decision to retire. So the Patriots owner found out not long before Gronk broke the news on his Instagram account.
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