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    Getty The Buccaneers drafted two possible replacements for Rob Gronkowski. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers selected two tight ends on the final day of the 2022 NFL draft. Amid uncertainty surrounding Rob Gronkowski’s return to Tampa Bay, the Buccaneers selected Cade Otton out of the University of Washington in the fourth round and Ko Kieft from the University of Minnesota in the sixth round. The two tight end selections — which gives the Buccaneers four players at the position with Cameron Brate and Codey McElroy — give increased speculation that Gronkowski may not be a lock to return after all. However, general manager Jason Licht quickly disputed that notion following the selection of Otton in the fourth round. Via Jenna Laine of ESPN: “Bucs select tight end Cade Otton with the 106th pick. GM Jason Licht said that drafting a tight end doesn’t impact the status of Rob Gronkowski, who remains unsigned. ‘I’m still giving him that time. We still talk. I think it didn’t matter if we drafted two tight ends,'” reports Laine.Buccaneers’ Tight End Selections Are InsuranceOtton...
    Getty Rob Gronkowski remains undecided about playing in 2022. When Rob Gronkowski played football for a recent charity event, he had to throw the ball instead of catch. Gronkowski, who played for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the past two seasons, wanted to throw instead of catching because he wants to hold off the itch in case he doesn’t come back. He said he’s “not ready to commit” to another season in a Tuesday, April 5, interview with TMZ Sports. “I knew if I started catching some passes that my head would have started turning, like, ‘Oh, crap, I got to get back out on the field,'” Gronkowski told TMZ Sports. Read More From Heavy Bet $5, Win $150 Whether Your Team Wins or Loses During March Madness Gronkowski, 32, remains a free agent, and his offseason remains one of uncertainty despite the return of longtime teammate Tom Brady to the Bucs. According to Gronkowski’s agent, Drew Rosenhaus via JoeBucsFan.com, the Bucs don’t have a contract on paper waiting for him yet. “Right now, I’m not ready to...
    Getty Rob Gronkowski doesn't have a contract with the Bucs waiting for him, agent Drew Rosenhaus says. Rob Gronkowski dropped hints of a return to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for 2022, but his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, recently revealed a big step the parties haven’t taken yet. The Bucs don’t have a contract on paper ready for Gronkowski to sign, Rosenhaus told JoeBucsFan.com at the NFL owners meetings in Palm Beach, Florida, on Monday, March 28. Rosenhaus added that Gronkowski and the Bucs will negotiate once the star tight end decides on playing in 2022. Previously, Rosenhaus told the media on March 24 that Gronkowski is “honestly undecided” about playing again and “needs some time” to decide. Rosenhaus also mentioned the Bucs “offered the opportunity for Rob to come back” though that didn’t necessarily imply there was a contract on paper waiting for Gronkowski. Read More From Heavy Bet $5, Win $150 Whether Your Team Wins or Loses During March Madness GettyRob Gronkowski spikes the ball after a touchdown in Super Bowl LV. “He knows he’s got...
    Getty The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be without Rob Gronkowski and Antonio Brown. It looks like the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are going to be even more banged up heading into Week 7. As the Buccaneers engaged in their final practice session of the week on Friday, they did so without two of their key players – tight end Rob Gronkowski and wide receiver Antonio Brown were absent. According to head coach Bruce Arians, both offensive players will miss Sunday’s tilt against the Chicago Bears. Bucs coach Bruce Arians says Rob Gronkowski, Richard Sherman, Antonio Brown, Lavonte David have been ruled out for Sunday vs. Bears. — Greg Auman (@gregauman) October 22, 2021 Gronkowski has been nursing multiple rib injuries since Week 3 against the Los Angeles Rams. Although he’s been out the past four weeks, the Buccaneers made the decision to not place the veteran tight end on injured reserve. In the case of Brown, the Buccaneers’ slot receiver had played in the previous game against the Philadelphia Eagles. However, he has been a nursing an ankle injury...
    Getty Buccaneers tight end Rob Gronkowski will be sidelined. Tom Brady will once again be without his favorite receiving target as Rob Gronkowski has been ruled out as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers take on the Philadelphia Eagles. ESPN’s Jordan Schultz broke the news a day before Gronkowski’s official injury designation was released. “Sources: Bucs TE Rob Gronkowski is OUT for Thursday night’s game with the Eagles,” Schultz tweeted on October 12. “I’m told Gronk has made ‘steady progress’ since suffering cracked/broken ribs and a punctured lung Week 3 — but isn’t quite there yet.” The Buccaneers later made the news official announcing that Gronkowski, safety Antoine Winfield Jr. and linebacker Lavonte David would all miss the Week 6 Thursday Night Football matchup. ALL the latest Bucs news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Bucs newsletter here! Join Heavy on Bucs! Arians Described Gronk as Being ‘Very, Very Close’ to ReturningGronkowski has been sidelined with cracked ribs and a punctured lungs he sustained against the Rams in Week 3 and will now have missed...
    Getty Rob Gronkowski appears close to returning. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers may have their starting tight end back in the lineup sooner rather than later. As head coach Bruce Arians spoke to the media on Monday, October 11, he addressed the possible return of Rob Gronkowski. According to Arians, it’ll be “very, very close” regarding Gronkowski’s possible return on Thursday night against the Philadelphia Eagles. “It will be very, very close this week,” coach Bruce Arians told reporters on Monday. “We will wait and see.” The 32-year-old tight end has been sidelined since Week 3 when he suffered multiple cracked ribs, a broken rib and a punctured lung against the Los Angeles Rams. Although the Buccaneers had never given an official timetable regarding Gronkowski’s return, a previous report by ESPN’s Adam Schefter on October 2 had indicated he could be out for “weeks.” ALL the latest Bucs news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Bucs newsletter here!Bucs Unable to Replicate Gronkowski’s ProductionDespite being absent for his homecoming game against the New England Patriots in Week 4,...
    Getty Rob Gronkowski considers himself to be "week-to-week." Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Rob Gronkowski doesn’t appear to be too down over his most recent injuries. During the team’s Week 3 loss to the Los Angeles Rams on September 26, Gronkowski suffered a broken rib, cracked ribs and a punctured lung — as he mentioned to Fox Sports’ Jay Glazer on Sunday, October 3. The veteran tight end obviously ended up missing the team’s Week 4 victory over the New England Patriots. While the injury is much worse than initially believed — at one point, Gronkowski was a possibility to play in Week 4 — the Buccaneers starting tight end doesn’t sound too worried about his injury. The veteran tight end said that he’s “week-to-week.” Via Cody Benjamin of CBS Sports: “I’m feeling good,” he said. “But I’m just going week by week — day by day — to get ready, whether it’s next week, the week after that, or the week after that. And let me tell you, I miss it. I miss being out there with...
    Getty Rob Gronkowski looks likely to play against his former team. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers may be banged up heading into Week 4, but it looks like they’ll have their starting tight end in the lineup for their game against the New England Patriots. According to a report by ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the 32-year-old tight is likely to suit up this Sunday after X-rays came out negative regarding his injured ribs. X-rays on Bucs’ TE Rob Gronkowski’s ribs today were negative, per sources. Gronkowski looks likely to play Sunday night’s return game to New England. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 28, 2021 Gronkowski exited Week 3’s matchup against the Los Angeles Rams in the second half after taking a hit from linebacker Terrell Lewis. After heading to the blue medical tent on the sidelines, the former All-Pro tight end then headed to the locker room for X-rays — which was confirmed as negative for fractures. Although most of the attention will be centered upon Tom Brady’s return to New England, Gronkowski will also play his first game in...
    Getty Rob Gronkowski took a huge hit against the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday. Though Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Rob Gronkowski returned to the field on Sunday after a brutal hit, he still needed an X-ray afterward. “X-rays came back negative, so he’s fine,” Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians said in Sunday’s press conference. Arians confirmed that Gronkowski had X-rays for his ribs due to the cringe-worthy hit from Los Angeles Rams Linebacker Terrell Lewis in the Bucs’ 34-24 loss. The coach didn’t provide any additional information on how it will affect Gronkowski’s availability for practice and status for the Week 4 game in New England where he once played, Pro Football Talk reported. Gronkowski caught a 6-yard pass in the third quarter when Lewis drilled him. Gronkowski then left the field for the locker room to be examined but eventually returned to action. The Rams had a 21-14 lead at that point in the third quarter. Rob Gronkowski down on the turf and in clear pain after taking this hit. pic.twitter.com/72yNyHpQVQ — Henry McKenna (@McKennAnalysis) September...
    NFL legend Jerry Rice is considered by many as the greatest football player ever. Rice, a three-time Super Bowl champion with the San Francisco 49ers, is the NFL’s all-time leader in receptions (1,549), receiving yards (22,895), and total touchdowns (208), but he’s willing to concede the title of "GOAT" to Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady after he came away with the seventh championship in his career on Sunday night. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Rice spoke to 95.7 The Game on Monday, and he said even though Brady’s the greatest player of all-time, he says that he played in a much more physical era of football than Brady. "I don't have seven Super Bowl rings, but I think I played in an era when football was more of a contact sport. You're seeing a lot of that now -- players are protected," Rice said via Pro Football Talk. "When you have seven rings, you're doing something right. I think with Brady, he still wants to play. He said something about playing until he's 45. I think...
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