New England Patriots are getting too strong for an NFL team and it can soon become the greatest side ever. Antonio Brown signed a new deal with the Patriots after he was released following his immense drama the Oakland Raiders. New England was already looking strong for the next Super Bowl title and adding Brown had almost locked the trophy for them.
The latest name to comeback in the Patriots could be Rob Gronkowski who retired earlier this year due to a physical toll and injuries. But he got back in shape recently and was seen at the pregame presentation of Patriots vs Steelers Sunday match. There are speculations that Gronkowski got a solid reason now and he could join Tom Brady and Antonio Brown in the Patriots for the 2019 season soon.
Antonio Brown has made Patriots Stronger
Antonio Brown is the main reason why Rob Gronkowski can make a comeback in the Patriots for the current NFL season. Rob and Antonio share the same agent and he’s been trying to convince both of them to play for the Patriots. Ever since Brown has joined the Patriots, there are some backlashes against the team of signing someone who is such a ruckus.
Coach Belichick had no comment on the Antonio Brown news…as expected pic.twitter.com/Wp17gCMr6T
— Patriots on NBCSB (@NBCSPatriots) September 9, 2019
The Patriots coach Bill Belichick refused to comment on Brown’s deal in the post-game interview after the team thrashed the Settlers by 33-3. Rob Gronkowski coming back to the team can shift the media attention on him and Brown can chill out with fewer eyes focused on him.
Rob Gronkowski wants another Super Bowl
The Patriots are fully loaded for the Super Bowl 2020 title with Tom Brady, Josh Gordon, Antonio Brown, Julian Edelman, and others. It might also lure Gronkowski to come back and lift the seventh Lombardi trophy of his career. There is also the golden opportunity where the Patriots can win two back to back Super Bowl and Gronkowski would be hailed as their hero.
Rob Gronkowski has informed the New England Patriots, that he will be coming out of retirement and will play in the 2019-2020 NFL season- per, @AdamSchefter
— Bleacher Report (@Goody13121675) September 7, 2019
Patriots (potential) Week 9 pass targets:
— Tucker Boynton (@Tucker_TnL) September 7, 2019
Also, given how the Patriots function right now they don’t need much efforts to be a tight end for the team. Gronkowski could easily playoff a few games, and stay present for the Super Bowl finals and retire on a high note with another trophy in his hand and another ring on his finger.