Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski Seem to Be gearing up for another run in a Super Bowl.
The two Tampa Bay Buccaneers players squashed any retirement conversation following the group's Super Bowl LV victory within the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday night.
"We are coming back," he told CBS Sports' Jim Nantz on the podium whilst getting his Super Bowl MVP award. "You know that."
Gronkowski stated in a postgame interview about the NFL Network he needed a"chunk" this year and also the locker room air has been"amazing."
Brady had three touchdown passes in the match -- just two to Gronkowski and you to Antonio Brown.
The tight end also Brady became the duo with the most touchdowns in postseason history with 14 all time.
The two players combined the Buccaneers from the offseason. Brady signed a two-year, $50 million agreement in March and got Gronkowski to come out of retirement and join in Tampa. Gronkowski is a unrestricted free agent this offseason.
While the time limitation in their professions is unknown,'' Brady said leading up to the Super Bowl he'd"certainly" consider playing beyond 45 years of age.