It could be the comeback of the year in the NFL. Robert Kraft, the owner of the New England Patriots, wants to bring back Rob Gronkowski for the upcoming playoffs, according to well-informed reporter Ian Rapoport.
According to Gronk support the Patriots in the crucial games to reach the Super Bowl again and this finally win for the second time in a row.
However, the return action must be completed within the next few days. Since Gronk is on the reserve / retired list, reinstatement is required by November 30, one day before the Patriots' Week 13 game at the Houston Texans.
Gronkowski announced his retirement on Instagram on March 24 this year, but continued to open the door for a comeback. "I want to have the opportunity to play again, but if I'm banned for next year, I can not do that," Gronk said. If the 30-year-old does not return before 30 November, he would be suspended until 2020.
Probably the best tight end of NFL history was drafted in 42nd place by the Patriots in 2010 and made it in his rookie season directly in the starting lineup. Since then, Gronk has won the Super Bowl three times with the Patriots.