ATLANTA – Rob Gronkowski has taken some pretty big hits over his nine-year NFL career so he's so good at a player like someone talking about how these hits can take such a high toll on a player's body
Patriots tight end gave a thoughtful answer to the topic when we spoke Wednesday.
"The season is a mud. It's up and down. I'm not going to sit and sit here and say every week is the best," Gronkowski told reporters. "Not at all. You go up, you go down. You can take some serious hits. To tell you the truth, just try to be hit all the time and try to be where you want to be every day in life. Taking turns in the thigh, taking hits in the head Abuse of your body is not what your brain wants.When your body is abused, it can break your mood.You have to be able to handle it too in during the season. You must be able to do it in the games.
"And no one understands, and everyone expects players to be awake every single day, and it's like," Yo, I just took 50 hits to my head ̵
Based on these remarks it would be no surprise at all to see Sunday being the tight end last game that has been reported for some time. have said this will be his last season.
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