Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by trueblue81, Sep 10, 2019.
Matt Light and GronkTank
If we see Gronk working out over the next few months, we'll know he's attempting a comeback...if not, he's just trolling
Does a retirement count as a "release"?
Holy ****, look at how small that can looks in his hand.
Yes, that is stated in the included article. I should have mentioned that in the post.
No, it does not. In all the examples cited, the player was attempting to sign with a team that didn’t already hold his rights. The original team then needed to releases those rights before he could sign with the new team. That subjected the player to waivers.
That wouldn’t happen in this case; the Pats already own Gronk’s rights. If Gronk wants to play for someone else, the Pats would need to release him (if they don’t trade his rights), and in that scenario Gronk would be subject to waivers.
Have you looked at him? He's about half the weight he played at last year.
He's reportedly lost 20 pounds.
so he's faster now?
Maybe. But he probably has less mass mass which to block.
He admitted on Pardon My Take he was doing it to mess with people.
That's what I thought I remembered happening with Beastmode.
A quick search confirms that Oakland had to provide compensation to Seattle:
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