The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are living their best life after a 31-9 win over the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV. After a magical season, they closed things out at their own stadium, dominating Patrick Mahomes and co. in a very lopsided game.
They assembled a very good team and now people are wondering what’s next for this squad and all the good pieces that came together to win the NFL title this campaign. One of the biggest questions regards Rob Gronkowski and his future with the franchise.
The player recently joked about a potential retirement, which set the alarms at Raymond James Stadium. Now, Bruce Arians broke the silence about the situation, explaining what are his plans for Gronk as he heads free agency this offseason.
Bruce Arians is confident that Rob Gronkowski will stay with the Buccaneers
The veteran head coach opened up about the ongoing situation between Rob, his team, and his impending free agency. Arians said he hopes to see the tight end returning to the team this next season and he believes the player has the intention of running it back with Tom Brady and co.
"I don't think it'll trump it much. Hopefully we can keep them within the framework of the team. I know they both want to be back,” Arians said.
Gronk waited until the Super Bowl to score multiple touchdowns and demonstrate that whenever his team needs him, he’ll be ready to show up. The Bucs must bring this man back if they want to continue their dominance in the NFL but only time will tell if they can pull off this move.