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American football tight end for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers of the National Football League (NFL). Wikipedia

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  • Cam Newton

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  • Later in the offseason, tight end and Brady's New England teammate Rob Gronkowski announced that he was coming out of retirement to return to the NFL.Tampa Bay Buccaneers-Wikipedia
  • They went for it on fourth down, and a pass intended for tight end Rob Gronkowski fell incomplete, giving the Eagles the ball on their own 35-yard line on a turnover-on-downs.Super Bowl LII-Wikipedia
  • Tight end Rob Gronkowski dove with outstretched arms toward the ball but was still a yard away when it hit the ground, ending Super Bowl XLVI and giving New York their fourth Super Bowl win in franchise history.Super Bowl XLVI-Wikipedia
  • Brady completed 5/6 passes for 59 yards on New England's ensuing possession, the last one a 22-yard touchdown completion to tight end Rob Gronkowski with 31 seconds remaining.Super Bowl XLIX-Wikipedia
  • It is hosted on Bleacher Report and is used by several other athletes including Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Rob Gronkowski and San Francisco 49ers cornerback Richard Sherman.LeBron James-Wikipedia
  • Fellow second-year TE Rob Gronkowski, who came into Super Bowl XLVI battling a severe ankle injury, tallied 2 catches for 26 yards and Welker, despite the infamous drop, finished with 7 receptions for 60 yards and two carries for 21.Super Bowl XLVI-Wikipedia

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