Rob Gronkowski Drops Big Unretirement Update to Jerry Jones on One Condition

The thrilling Super Bowl night will be attended by the former tight end for both the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the New England Patriots. Philadelphia and Kansas City will put forth a lot of effort to defeat one another. It would excite everyone. There will undoubtedly be enough to marvel at. And one thing, in particular, that could convince Rob Gronkowski to come out of retirement would be a specific goal.

Robbie G is enjoying his time as a retired NFL player. He has turned to a broadcast on FOX. There, he appears in flashy outfits and makes innocent mistakes. But he plans to end his retirement and come back if he kicks the ball successfully to a goalpost.

Rob Gronkowski may end his retirement if he pulls off this almost impossible feat

The former athlete, 33, is preparing for a unique kick that he will deliver on February 12.

At halftime, the four-time Super Bowl champion will attempt to make a massive 25-yard field goal. And if the FanDuel campaign is a success, Gronk will once again make a significant choice.

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Gronk joked that if he will be able to successfully make the kick, he could return to the gridiron. Jerry Jones, if I make this kick, please give me a call and I will come back and unretire as a kicker,” he said in mirth, while talking to several reporters around him.

Sep 26, 2021; Inglewood, California, USA; Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Rob Gronkowski (87) is stopped by Los Angeles Rams safety Jordan Fuller (4) and safety Nick Scott (33) after a catch in the second half of the game at SoFi Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

This could be a shot at the Cowboys team owner because Brett Maher could not make stable kicks when he went against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the NFL Wild Card Round.

But Gronkowski said that he has high respect for punters and their job is difficult. “I’ve always respected kickers and everything that they’ve done. The respect level has just gone to another degree on what they do. It’s kind of like art. It’s like a formula, it’s special what they can do.” The TE trains for 15 hours a day and will give his absolute best. He will try to not let himself and the fans down on Sunday.

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