Rob Gronkowski reiterates retirement: ‘I won’t go back to football’

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It seems like no matter how many times Rob Gronkowski claims he’s actually retired this time, nobody is going to believe him until the 2022 NFL season starts, and he’s not in the huddle next to Tom Brady.

In his latest public appearance, Gronkowski sat down for a 1-on-1 with “Good Morning, America” to discuss his most recent departure from professional football, and the future Hall of Famer maintained that he won’t be returning to the gridiron this time.

“I won’t go back to football,” Gronkowski said. “I’m all set.”

Gronk recently said the same thing at a previous media appearance, claiming that even if Brady called to lure him back, he would turn down the GOAT.

The good folks at GMA don’t seem convinced, and neither to multiple people in Gronk’s camp, including his girlfriend and his agent.

You be the judge:

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