Rob Gronkowski Doesn’t Miss Football

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The boisterous Patriots legend sat down to discuss pain, retirement, cutting back on drinking and enjoying life again. ImageRob Gronkowski left the game as a champion, with his last game being the New England Patriots’ victory in Super Bowl LIII.CreditCreditDoug Benc/Associated PressPublished Aug. 27, 2019Updated Aug. 28, 2019, 7:01 a.m. ETA few weeks ago, it was announced that Rob Gronkowski, the recently retired tight end of the New England Patriots, would be disclosing his “next chapter.” Notable in the social media age, a secret actually stayed secret until he walked into a conference room at the Andaz hotel in Midtown Manhattan on Tuesday to a room of reporters who had no idea why they were there.Gronkowski, who retired a few weeks short of his 30th birthday as a result of years of chronic pain, was — fairly predictably — there to pitch a product. But in an N.F.L. increasingly defined by the abuse its players endure, and the methods by which they try to recover, the product he was pitching was, in itself, noteworthy: a cannabidiol-infused lotion for pain relief called CBDMedic.He didn’t rule out a return to the N.F.L., but Gronkowski acknowledged that he had not been “in a good place” and teared up while discussing how football had caused him to lose joy in life, though he retired just after winning his third Super Bowl title. He danced around whether he was certain he was done with football for good, but offered a firm answer on the likelihood of a comeback, saying he “didn’t see it in the foreseeable future, in like a week or a month.”Gronkowski also didn’t rule out a cameo in World Wrestling Entertainment, an appearance on “Dancing With the Stars,” letting his theoretical son play football someday, or even that he might already have a son.Gronkowsk

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