Rob Gronkowski Update

March 1st, 2022

Regular at One Buc Palace.

If Bucs tight end Rob Gronkowski plans to retire, he’s sure not giving the vibes that he’s done with football.

Today at the NFL’s winter carnival at the Indiana Convention Center (nee: Hoosier Dome) in downtown Indianapolis, Bucs Super Bowl-winning coach Bucco Bruce Arians was asked about several players. One included Gronk, a free agent this offseason.

Apparently, Gronk, per Arians, is working out at One Buc Palace twice a week. Now to Joe, that doesn’t seem like a guy who wants to throw in the towel.

Bucs AC/DC-loving general manager Jason Licht added he plans to speak this week with Gronk’s agent, oily Drew Rosenhaus, while Licht is in Indianapolis.

14 Responses to “Rob Gronkowski Update”

  1. Leopold Stotch/BuccaneerButters Says:

    Extremely interesting to see Joe. I was a bit down in the dumps after hearing the Joe Burrow comment he made that he may take his services to Cincinnati and potentially torch us next year. Perhaps, tho it’s just convenient for him to workout there for him, but I’ve heard he’s been to several Lightning games. Very interesting to see what happens.

  2. zzbuc Says:

    Love Gronk, but is not my favorite free agent to sign…..I would love having in this order:
    1- CG
    2- Cappa
    3- Jensen
    4- Will G

  3. tampabayallday Says:

    Re-sign him if he likes playing in Tampa. His mom lives in Fort Myers so he probably doesn’t want to leave.

  4. SufferingSince76 Says:

    It would be great for Gronk to return to the Bucs. He still produces.

  5. Elita Vita Says:

    Will eventually reunite with Tom Brady when the latter comes out of retirement and plays with San Francisco 49ers.

  6. 40Forever Says:

    Whitehead is a priority.

  7. Dew Says:

    If Gronk doesn’t resign with the Bucs I would love to see him with the Bills.

  8. Pewter Power Says:

    Resign the guy, the only competent tight end on the roster right now is cam brate

  9. Rod Munch Says:

    Interesting that he’d still be going into the office twice a week to work out. I’ve never really heard of the other players hanging out with Gronk, does he have guys he’s tight with on the team? I don’t normally care about that stuff, but in Gronks case, he quit playing because he wasn’t having fun – so if he likes the locker room and he’s been having fun, maybe he does come back.

    But if you’re bringing back Gronk, then you have to have a real QB option, otherwise why spend the money?

  10. David Says:

    If they keep Godwin and Gronk and Jensen… That goes a long long way to getting a quarterback interested

  11. Bucs Guy Says:

    Whitehead isn’t a priority as the Bucs are strong at Safety. But as one of my favorite players, I absolutely want him back.

  12. Rod Munch Says:

    Bucs Guy – The Bucs are strong because they have 3 guys. Without Whitehead, they go from being strong, to it being a position of need, in particular when Edwards is a FA next year, and isn’t anywhere close to as good as Whitehead.

    Whitehead shouldn’t be expensive, he’s primarily viewed as a run stuffer, and those guys make a lot less than pass defending safeties, so I don’t see him getting like $7m a year like I’ve heard people talk about – I think it’s going to be closer to $4m. We shall see, but the Bucs shouldn’t let young guys walk at a position where it most of the time takes years for a guy to get good. Meanwhile, at guard, Licht can draft two guys, in the 2nd and 3rd rounds, and they could both start this season and probably do well.

  13. TJ Says:

    Gronk is 100000 million percent a priority people. He is a COMPLETE tight end and we have zero TE’s to speak off. He will give a snall discount and his Mother lives in Naples area and he has been coming to Florida for a few years before this last year. He likes Tampa Bay. He is a legimate need ABOVE Davis and Whitehead. The secondary cost us the season last year, not injuries. Sign him.

  14. Mr Bean Says:

    Nah. It was one workout but he changed the jerseys multiple times 🙂 Gronk wants to play more. He was not asked to be the whole receiving offense like in NE and he enjoyed being at Tampa the last two years, broken ribs or not.