The Patriots have officially placed Gronkowski on the team's reserve/retired list, NESN.com's Zack Cox reports.
Gronkowski announced Sunday via Instagram that he intended to retire from the NFL as a player, and that was made official Tuesday. While replacing the star pass catcher will be no easy task for the club, Gronkowski's departure frees up roughly $9 million in salary cap space for the Patriots, who will no doubt be looking at the draft as a path toward rebuilding their tight end corps. So soon after Gronkowski's announcement, it seems a tad silly to immediately speculate about a potential comeback, but it's worth noting that his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, suggested that it wouldn't shock him if Gronkowski contemplates a return to the field at some point down the road. Mar 26 5:37 pm (EST)
- Agent Drew Rosenhaus said he "wouldn't be shocked" if Gronkowski came out of retirement "to play a few games" at some point, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
- Gronkowski announced Sunday that he will retire from the NFL.
- Gronkowski's agent, Drew Rosenhaus, relays that the tight end has yet to decide on his playing future, Kevin Duffy of the Boston Herald reports. All Rob Gronkowski News
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