The Tampa Bay Buccaneers did something difficult following the 2019 NFL season, parting ways with their franchise's all-time leader in every major passing category following a 5,000-yard season. Jameis Winston had just become only the eighth player in NFL history to throw for that many yards in a single season, leading the league with 5,109 yards and finishing second with 33 touchdown passes. He was also still just 26 years old, finishing his rookie contract after being the No.
Even though former New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman may have retired in April, Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Rob Gronkowski is not convinced the wide receiver is done. Speaking on ESPN’s “#Greeny” last week, the tight end gave a pretty convincing argument as to why he believes Edelman may still have some football left in the tank. Citing the wide receiver’s competitiveness, Gronkowski thinks that Edelman may still have some football left in him.
Tight end Rob Gronkowski and his Gronk Nation Youth Foundation make $1.2 million donation to restore a Boston-area playground as a way to thank the city after years of playing for New England. Gronkowski initially teased this initiative back in November during the NFL's My Cause, My Cleats weekend where he wore cleats to represent the charity that bears his family name.