Published: Mon, April 16, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Gronk won't be at start of Patriots' offseason program, still weighing future

Gronk won't be at start of Patriots' offseason program, still weighing future

Gronkowski said after the Super Bowl he was considering his options and has not committed to returning for a ninth National Football League season in 2018.

With the team's offseason program opening on Monday, Gronkowski still hasn't decided what to do.

Like quarterback Tom Brady, tight end Rob Gronkowski will not attend the start of New England's offseason program Monday, according to a source.

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Schefter adds that Gronkowski and the Patriots have had "good communication" throughout the offseason. He is mulling retirement, and is unsure if he'll play in 2018.

But they'll reportedly do so without their superstar tight end. But Brady, who is traveling with his family, now isn't believed to be thinking about not playing next season; Gronk definitely is. There yet to be any clear indication of whether Gronkowski will return to action for the 2018 campaign. The Patriots star has a $250,000 workout bonus that's based on attending a "percentage" of the voluntary workouts. There is no certainty that means that he is leaning toward coming back, but it at least means that the Patriots have been kept abreast of what Gronkowski is going through.

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