Tom Brady and the Bucs are confident that Gronkowski will return

The considered best player in the history of the NFL, Tom Brady, he pointed this Thursday that Tampa Bay Buccaneers will have to figure out how to accommodate their offense Yes tight end Rob Gronkowski is not coming back for the 2022 season.

We hope that you decide to come backbut if you don’t then still we have to go out and figure out what to do“The Bucs quarterback shared in his first news conference during mandatory workouts.

At the end of 2021, Gronkowski’s continuity was up in the airwho at 33 years old has not decided if he will retire or continue by Tom Brady’s side in search of his fifth Super Bowl, after obtaining the XLIX, LI and LIII editions with the New England Patriots and the LV with the Buccaneers.

the field marshalwho holds the record for most NFL championships won with seven, shared his desire to have his best partner on the gridiron.

We would all love to play with him, but obviously it totally depends on him; He has to make the best decision and whatever it is, I’m sure it will be the right one for him,” added the passer.

the field marshal trusted the ability of Todd Bowleswho took the place of Bruce Arians What head-coach to try to lead the Bucs to another game for Vince Lombardi in the 2022 season.

“It should be our best opportunity to play our best football because we’ve been together the longest. We know each other, we know the scheme, we’ve been through a lot of challenging circumstances and now we have to execute the best we can.”

Tom Brady also talked about how he lived the closure of the previous season in which announced his retirement in February Y A few weeks later reconsidered to come back for one more season.

I am happy to have returnedIt’s going to be a great year. I’m going to work very hard. We have high expectations of what we are trying to achieve. We have good players. The rest doesn’t matter, we just have to go out on the pitch and do our thing.”

About the contract he signed with Fox Sports to be an analyst for that television network for the next 10 years, the record man for selections to the Pro Bowl with 15 said that he did it because it will keep him attached to football after his retirement.

I fell in love with this sport when I was a child and I think there is still a great love for him. That will be fun and it should be a smoother transition than I might expect when I decide to retire.”

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Tom Brady and the Bucs are confident that Gronkowski will return