Why Stephen A. Smith Believes Patriots’ Rob Gronkowski Should Retire

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Kostek and Gronkowski first met when the radio personality was working as an National Football League cheerleader, with the two first appearing on one another's social media in 2015 and making their debut as a couple on the 2016 Kids' Choice Sports Awards red carpet. His production in the pass game dipped during the 2018 regular season, but he showed in the AFC Championship Game and Super Bowl that he's still capable of putting up big numbers. Eventually getting the ball back with 9:43 to go, the Patriots would go on a five-play, 69-yard drive that ended in a Sony Michel two-yard touchdown run that essentially put this one away for good! It was vintage Gronk, out-dueling three defenders - Marcus Peters and John Johnson came over to help - for the ball. He has been so much the Patriots' go-to guy that they even attempted to use him as an emergency defender in the dying seconds of...

But now that Gronk has added yet another Super Bowl ring to his collection following last night's 13-3 victory, he now has 2.5 rings. Asked how Gronkowski was able to get free, linebacker Cory Littleton and cornerback Marcus Peters, who were the closest in coverage, ostensibly shook their heads.

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"We were moving. We had players scattered all over the field, and they capitalized (on) our mistakes", Littleton said. "They capitalized on our mistakes".

"If he came to join me in the WWE would I be happy? Yes". Hopefully, we'll only have to wait a few weeks to find out. "That's what we did". And if he does decide to retire after this game, he will go out as a champion. Vince is focused on showcasing the future, and he pushed to make this happen. Not that he wanted any part of it.

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These types of moments were made for Gronk.

Minutes later, Gronkowski rose from his seat and slipped behind a dark curtain.

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