Gronkowski Retires Once More: From the NFL to CBD and Back


Icon Sportswire / Contributor | Rob Gronkowski

By Hunter Dublin


For the second time, Rob Gronkowski announced his retirement from the NFL on Twitter on June 21. Jordan Schultz of the Schultz Report broke the news:

The monstrous Gronkowski (a.k.a. Gronk), one of the league's best tight ends of all time, spent the last two seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, winning Super Bowl LV in 2020.

Gronkowski won his fourth Super Bowl (the first three were with the New England Patriots). He retired for the first time in 2019, leaving the Pats. When Tom Brady signed with the Buccaneers, Gronk was quick to follow.

"I will now be returning to my retirement home, walking away from football again with my head held high, knowing I gave it everything that I had, good or bad, every time I stepped on the field... From retirement, back to football and winning another championship, and now back to chilling out; thank you to all... Cheers to what's next, maybe sailing the seas. Arghhhhhh!!"

He did not mention his association with Abacus Health Services as the brand ambassador for its CBDMedic product line. It's unknown if Gronk is still associated with Abacus.

In 2019, he remarked about normal football injuries, "CBD is part of my recuperation." "I'm pain-free for the first time in over a decade." That is significant."

Gronk appears to be keeping his post-NFL options open.



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