Rob Gronkowski thinks reports he was going to be traded by the Patriots were fake news.
Multiple reports surfaced Friday saying New England was prepared to deal the 29-year-old tight end. A team spokesperson denied the reports and there was zero truth to the rumors, according to NBC Sports Boston.
The injury caused him problems for years and even led to his decision to become a switch-hitter his vision problems made reading curveballs off righties problematic. Years later, he was diagnosed with tuberculosis, though he didn’t know that while playing all seven games of the 1958 World Series with the disease. He was expected to retire, but he went on to play for another five years.
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Just a fun-loving guy, man, like a gentle giant, former Bulls running back Keith Williams told the Times. But on that field, he took care of business.
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