Was Sunday the final time we would see Tom Brady on an NFL field? The chatter is just getting louder and louder.
On the latest episode of his “Let’s Go” podcast, Brady shared some insight into why he would potentially retire. As he has said before, the decision would have a lot to do with his family.
On Monday, Rob Gronkowski, who said he would take “a couple of weeks” before making any decision about whether or not he’ll play in 2022, took to Twitter and hinted at his upcoming announcement while also thanking the Bucs and their fanbase for supporting him.
“Year 11 in the books. What a ride it’s been,” Gronkowski tweeted. “Grateful to the Bucs for giving me an opportunity to play another year. To my teammates, thank you for giving everything you had. The sweat we shed & memories made will never be forgotten. Thanks to the #Krewe too. Year 12???”
Even more notable was Tom Brady’s TB12 Twitter account added, “You know how we feel about the number 12”
This past season, Gronkowski only played in 12 games, but still managed to have 802 receiving yards and six touchdowns on 55 receptions.
If Brady says he’s retiring, then Gronk is retired as well. They are clearly a packaged deal.