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TAMPA, Fla. — After two seasons that included back-to-back postseasons and a Super Bowl LV title, the Brady-to-Gronk combination will be absent for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Rob Gronkowski announced last week that he was retiring after an 11-year playing career that included nine with the New England Patriots.
With Rob Gronkowski officially retiring after two years with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, you may be curious as to how the move might impact the NFC South giant's cap space. Luckily for the Bucs, it looks like it won't. Or rather, it won't affect them any more than it would have if he were still a free agent.
The writing seemed to be on the wall when the Bucs signed Akiem Hicks that Ndamukong Suh wouldn’t be back in Tampa Bay. He confirmed as such on Monday afternoon. Co-hosting on ESPN’s NFL Live, Suh made his first public comments regarding his offseason negotiations with the Bucs.
The tributes for retired NFL tight end Rob Gronkowski will keep on pouring in because he is a special player. He was one of the best to play the game, as proven by his four All-Pro and five Pro Bowl selections. He also owns the record for most touchdowns by...
With Devin White available in Pro Football Focus' re-draft, they have the Bucs go a different way, and sacrifice a championship in the process...probably.
The Buccaneers will not continue their punting competition into training camp. They are releasing veteran Bradley Pinion, according to NFL.com’s Mike Garafolo (on Twitter). This move will not cost the Bucs anything in dead money, with the guarantees on Pinion’s through-2022 contract having been paid. The Bucs will save around $2MM with this release.
Rob Gronkowski will enjoy the retired life once again. The superstar tight end announced his retirement from the NFL on Tuesday and leaves the game as an all-time great. In his nine seasons with the New England Patriots and two with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Gronkowski won four Super Bowls, was selected to the All-Pro First Team four times and the Pro Bowl five times. This is the second time Gronkowski has retired as he called it a career after the 2018 season came to an end.
Legendary tight end Rob Gronkowski is retiring from the NFL, according to a report from Jordan Schultz. This is the second time Gronkowski has stepped away from football, but this time feels permanent. Gronkowski originally retired following the 2018 season. After one year off, he returned to the sport to...