Rob Gronkowski Admits He's Considering Surprise Retirement From NFL

Rob Gronkowski Admits He's Considering Surprise Retirement From NFL

Rob Gronkowski Admits He's Considering Surprise Retirement From NFL

In a 911 called released Tuesday by police, Gronkowski can be heard saying "my whole house got robbed while I was on the Super Bowl trip".

After the New England Patriots returned to MA on Monday after their Super Bowl loss to the Philadelphia Eagles, tight end Rob Gronkowski discovered that his home had been burglarized, Boston 25 News reports.

Foxboro police "also respect the privacy of Mr. Gronkowski and every other homeowner that becomes a victim of this type of very personal property crime, " Baker said.

Fox-25 Boston has a news report, which includes video of police at the home and Gronkowski peeking out the front door.

The storyline going into Super Bowl LII was whether Rob Gronkowski was healthy enough to play.

The Patriots returned to MA on Monday after losing the Super Bowl 41-33 to the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday night in Minneapolis. A third housemate, Nathan Ruckdashel, told police two items worth several hundred dollars were stolen, but police redacted what the items are.

A police dispatch broadcast said there is a possibility that multiple safes and guns were taken were taken from the home.

This possible scenario was possibly weighing on Gronkowski's head when he was asked about his future in the National Football League on Sunday night. "His gate is never open", said Tom Savino. "We just had a situation where we had some matchups and packages that we went with". "And I just got back".

That is all the information that authorities were able to give at this time however, noting that since this is still an active investigation no details would be released until they had finished gathering all information regarding the case.

Baker confirmed that Gronkowski was in Minneapolis for the Super Bowl when the burglary happened.

According to police, the robbery occurred on Sunday night at 8:50 p.m., which was during the Super Bowl. Gronkowski maintained possession of the catch with his right hand for his second touchdown catch of the game.

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