Just call Rob Gronkowski the pancake man … ’cause he’s flipping AGAIN on retirement talk — this time saying he’s “not totally done” with football after all!!!
The NFL’s greatest-ever tight end has been in a tug-o-war almost since the day he quit the NFL in 2019 … going back and forth on whether or not he’s officially done.
The latest? Gronk told Andy Cohen this week on “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen” that a reunion with Tom Brady in Tampa Bay ain’t totally out of the question.
“I’m feeling good right now,” the Patriots legend said. “I’m happy where I’m at. You just never know, man. You just never know. You never know. I’m not totally done.”
Gronk says the only thing that’s holding him back is a passion for the game … adding, “I like to stay in shape, but I’ve gotta get that feeling back.”
Rob retired in March 2019 … and has said injuries — including roughly 20 concussions — played a big role in him calling it a career at the age of 29.
The rumors of a return haven’t stopped, though … with Gronk playing a big role in the whispers — flipping publicly between “I’m done” and “You never know” often.
As for those close to him … TMZ Sports spoke with Gronk’s brother, Chris, just a few weeks ago, and he said he’d be surprised to see the tight end come back.