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What to do with Gronk?

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Gronk will be entering his contract year next season and not only has had a down year, but has been the subject of numerous retirement/trade rumors last offseason.

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Trade him whilst he holds value. Time to load up with draft picks so we can reset the roster once Brady retires. 

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Trade or cut him ( if we can use in contract money), Use the draft or FA to improve other positions.

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Would be astounded if he doesn't retire - you can see how much it's costing him to even be on the field. Retire, go out with 2 SB rings and all your limbs still working, go on reality TV and wait for Canton to induct him.

It's sad injuries have robbed him of a potential GOAT TE career, but he's still had a fantastic run.

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Still the GOAT TE for me. No one has ever done what he can/has done. The blocking is insane for someone who had such a lethal receiving game too. No one ever combined both like he did.

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Given his questionable commitment this year, his health, and the fact that he's openly stated he doesn't want to play with any QB besides Brady, I think all signs point to him retiring.

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5 hours ago, Starless said:

Given his questionable commitment this year, his health, and the fact that he's openly stated he doesn't want to play with any QB besides Brady, I think all signs point to him retiring.

Yes that's what I'm assuming. It's a shame but he's definitely been thinking about his post playing career with his salary saving etc. 

He's looked great in spots but you can no longer rely on him to dominate. If he's healthy for one last playoff push let's hope he goes out with a bang. 

 

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Edelman is another guy we'll need to make a decision on. He'll be 33 in a contract year and Braxton Berrios looks to be his successor.

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1 hour ago, CP3MVP said:

TE is the most important offensive need next draft 

I disagree with this. It seems like TE's are run into the ground more than RB's these days. Now that we have guys like Gronk, Kelce, and Eifert who are physical specimens, elite blockers, and amazing pass catcher they are used to death. They are in the trenches blocking, get rolled up on, etc. They are thrown out in the middle and taking SHOTS when catching the ball. They run with physicality because that is their strength. Their bodies break down fast when you have a guy like that. I'd rather spend capital in other spots and use solid journeymen at TE

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2 hours ago, CP3MVP said:

TE is the most important offensive need next draft 

Offensive linemen. I cannot stress enough how important depth at the offensive line is.

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1 hour ago, Elky said:

Offensive linemen. I cannot stress enough how important depth at the offensive line is.

Jesus, how many more picks do we need to sink into the OL position?

Wynn, Thuney, Brown (traded a 3rd Round Pick for him), Garcia.

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Just now, TomRalph said:

Jesus, how many more picks do we need to sink into the OL position?

Wynn, Thuney, Brown (traded a 3rd Round Pick for him), Garcia.

Brown is a free agent after this season and Garcia is in Indy.

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