Rob Gronkowski Will Miss Start Of Patriots' Offseason Program


Tight end Rob Gronkowski reportedly won't be in attendance when the New England Patriots' offseason program begins Monday.

Schefter adds Gronkowski is still considering whether to play in the upcoming National Football League season, but has had "good communication" with New England.

"I'm definitely gonna look at my future, for sure", Gronkowski told reporters.

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The source, however, indicated there has been communication with the Patriots and Gronkowski's camp recently. "Sit down the next couple of weeks and see where I am at".

The star tight end is still weighing his options for the 2018 season, Schefter reported.

Even though he's been working out at the TB12 Sports Therapy Center at Gillette Stadium, he still hasn't said whether or not he's playing this coming season.

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As Bill Belichick noted during Friday's press conference, some players have "other commitments" that will interfere with their participation at the beginning of the offseason program. It's unclear if Gronkowski was one of them.

Gronkowski has a $250,000 workout bonus in his contract for 2018, which is paid out based on attending a percentage of the voluntary workouts.

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