"Brady threw to Rob Gronkowski during a private workout Monday on the UCLA campus, a source told MassLive". His apparent workout with Gronkowski adds quite the wrinkle to his offseason workouts, which have also included throwing sessions with non-retired Patriots receivers like Julian Edelman, N'Keal Harry, and Josh Gordon. Gronkowski, who was in Los Angeles for a $50K charity basketball game at UCLA's Pauley Pavilion, confirmed the workout to TMZ Sports while attending the event. "Tom needs someone to throw to so, you know, he calls Mr".
Rob Gronkowski continues to claim he's happy in retirement from the National Football League, but his Monday workout with Tom Brady fueled a new round of speculation of a potential return. "Reliable Robbie G the one and only".
In a recent interview, former New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski suggested that he might not be thrilled by sitting out the upcoming National Football League season. "It will always be insane out there, but you can put them to rest", Gronkowski said in June.
While Gronkowski acknowledged during an appearance on the "Rich Eisen Show" last week that he's enjoying retired life so far, he admitted that could change when the season starts and left the door slightly ajar for a potential return. I feel really good right now and it was just definitely something I felt like it was the right time and the right thing to do. Training camp begins July 25 at Gillette Stadium.