“Your best buddy Tommy really needs you now”- Skip Bayless is pleading Rob Gronkowski to sign with Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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Rob Gronkowski is surely going to go down in history as one of the greatest ever tight ends ever witnessed by modern-day fans. Having come out of retirement, the spoken off player went onto help Tom Brady and his Tampa Bay Buccaneers triumph and fetch the Super Bowl in 2020. 

Sep 19, 2021; Tampa, Florida, USA; Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Rob Gronkowski (87) looks on against the Atlanta Falcons during the first half at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

However, as things get tough after every matchday for Tom Brady and the Bucs, Skip Bayless has decided to make a final plea to Rob Gronkowski to once again come out of retirement and help his best friend, Tom Brady. With several Bucs’ marquee offensive players getting injured, it looks like the 7xSuper Bowl Champ is quickly running out of options, for which Bayless seems to have just one solution – call Rob Gronkowski. 

Skip Bayless wrote on Twitter, “Cameron Brate suffers another head injury, carted off. Very scary. Rob Gronkowski: your best buddy Tommy (Tom Brady) really needs you now.” 

What is Rob Gronkowski doing these days? 

The 33-year-old former Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end is all set to make his way back into the league. But not literally on-the-field, just as an analyst – four months after announcing his second retirement for the NFL. Rob Gronkowski will be an analyst for “Fox NFL Sunday” and “Fox NFL Kickoff” this season. 

However, this is not Rob Gronkowski’s first stint as an analyst. When he retired for the first time in 2019, after spending nine seasons with the New England Patriots, he worked with Fox as well. 

Robert Gronkowski

Looking to repeat the heroics of 2020 with Tom Brady in 2021, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers fell short of a Super Bowl berth in January, when they were knocked out of the divisional round of the playoffs by the eventual champion Los Angeles Rams. Eventually after which Rob Gronkowski decided to hang his boots for the second time.  

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