“[Sometimes] it’s like when did you learn that?” he said of Vivian and his son with Bündchen, Benjamin, 6. “Where and when did that happen and how can I freeze you in this moment right now so you don’t get any older?!” Now that the NFL season has ended for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, tight end Rob Gronkowski is considering whether or not to hang up his cleats — for a second time. While the 32-year-old told TMZ Sports this week that he’s going to need time to mull the decision, he admitted if he was forced, today, to choose whether or not to return to the NFL next year, he’d know the answer. “If they’re like, ‘Rob, you’ve got to decide right now, right this second if you’re playing next year,’ I would say no right now. It’s two days after the season. I’d be like, ‘No, I’m not playing,’ ” Gronkowski told the outlet.
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“You’ve got to give it some time, you’ve got to rest to see how everything goes, to see how everything plays out, how I feel,” he said. “I just want to heal completely, see where my thoughts are from there then.” Gronkowski has already retired from the NFL once before, in March 2019, but ultimately returned in April 2020 to join former New England Patriots teammate Tom Brady on the Buccaneers. If he were to retire today, Gronkowski would still be among an exclusive club of NFL players who have won four Super Bowl titles, the most recent of which was last year. Gronkowski and the Buccaneers’ hopes to repeat as Super Bowl champions were dashed last weekend in a 30-27 defeat by the Los Angeles Rams in the playoffs.