Rob Gronkowski says he'd choose to retire if forced into decision 'right now'

Tom Brady's potential retirement isn't the only future to track in Tampa Bay. Future Hall of Fame tight end Rob Gronkowski could also call it quits -- again. The 32-year-old told TMZ Sports that if forced to make a decision today, he'd walk away given how he feels after the 2021 season ended in the Divisional Round.

What Rob Gronkowski said on this

"If they're like, you've got to decide right now, right this second if you're playing next year,' I would say no right now. It's two days after the season,"

Rob Gronkowski added

"I would be like, 'No, I'm not playing.' ... You've got to give it some time. You've got to rest. I would say to see how everything goes, how everything plays out."

About Rob Gronkowski's season performance

Gronkowski appeared in 12 regular-season games, netting 55 catches for 802 yards and six TDs -- his most regular-season yards since 2017. In two postseason affairs, he corralled nine passes for 116 yards and one score. With injuries hindering the Bucs' receiver position seemingly all season, Gronk played a vital role in keeping the passing game potent for the NFC South champs.

What Rob Gronkowski said about Tom Brady

"He's gotta do what he's gotta do for himself and his family, no doubt about that. But then for myself, I've gotta do what I've gotta do what's best for myself."

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