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Rob Gronkowski has announced that he is retiring from the NFL after a stellar career with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and New England Patriots.
Gronkowski told sports journalist Jordan Schultz the news and announced on Instagram that he was leaving.
“In college, I was asked to write about a dream job opportunity that I wanted to pursue and where the location would be. Every time I had to write about my future, no matter what, I chose to become a professional soccer player. So in spite of that We had to choose the location,” Gronkowski wrote on Instagram.
“So I wrote that I wanted to play in Tampa for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, for many reasons, sunny weather was #1. I completely forgot about writing this until two years ago when I had the opportunity to join the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. And let me tell you, the trip in Tampa is on Over the past two years I have spoiled what I originally wrote in college, big time.And for that, I want to thank the entire First Class Pirate Organization for such a wonderful journey, trusting me to come back to play and help build the championship team.
“I will now go back to my retirement home, walk away from football again with my head held high knowing I gave it my all, good or bad, every time I went out on the field. The friendships and relationships I made will last forever, and I value every single one of My teammates and coaches for giving them everything they have too. From retiring, back to football and winning another tournament and now back to relaxing, thank you everyone. Pirates fans, Krewe team, without you guys none of this is possible, you all brought it in every game, Thank you for everything you’re doing. Greetings for the next step, perhaps sailing the seas.”
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