Published: Sun, October 20, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Rob Gronkowski Asked If He’ll Make NFL Comeback

Rob Gronkowski Asked If He’ll Make NFL Comeback

Brady said. "He seems to really be doing a lot of great things".

"I don't know if that's true or not".

"He's the only person that can only make those decisions", Brady said. Brady said to WEEI Monday morning, making his weekly radio appearance.

Gronkowski, who was hired by Fox last week as a football analyst, said on the network that he'll always leave the door open to return. He said in August that he would consider returning to the game if he felt the itch to, but that mentally he is not there right now.

That feeling got worse after an embarrassing blunder on a punt gifted the New England Patriots a touchdown.

The Patriots are 6-0 but have a string of injuries on offense that have handcuffed Brady.

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Ireland hadn't helped themselves in the first-half, guilty of falling off tackles, handling errors and poor kicking. We were great past year , we've just come off the top of that and haven't been quite where we wanted to be".

Fittingly, his first appearance as an National Football League analyst came as the Patriots faced off against the New York Giants.

"I have a great relationship with him", added Brady.

"He's meant a lot to our team already over the course of a long period of time". If you're looking for something positive, the woeful Big Blue "D" is actually very healthy heading into the contest (sorry, I tried).

In his absence, tight ends Ryan Izzo and Matt Lacosse have combined for only nine receptions for 169 yards and one touchdown for the Pats, but quarterback Brady feels Gronkowski is now "at a different phase of his life".

New England- Future Hall of Famer Tom Brady surpasses Peyton Manning in All-Time Passing Yards, moving into second place behind Saints' QB Drew Brees on Thursday against the New York Giants.

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