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NFL Stars Retire

We’re about 12 weeks away from the first game of the NFL Schedule, but as teams prepare for the first game of the Season, we first have to say goodbye to a few old friends. QB Ryan Fitzpatrick officially retired earlier this month after a 17-Season Career. Fitzpatrick will now join Prime Video’s Thursday Night Football coverage as a Pre-Game Analyst for the 2022 Season.

Another highly talented Player announced his retirement Tuesday Morning on Social Media. That was Rob Gronkowski. Gronk officially retired for a 2nd time on Tuesday, making the announcement on his Instagram account. He first retired in 2019 after spending 9 Seasons with the New England Patriots, who drafted him in 2010. Gronk left retirement to join Tom Brady in Tampa Bay with the Buccaneers in 2020, which helped lead him to his 4th Super Bowl win. According to Gronk’s Agent, Gronk could come back out of retirement again if Tom Brady gives him the call during the Season.

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