Rob Gronkowski reportedly won't attend start of Patriots' offseason program


Since the New England Patriots fell short in Super Bowl LII against the Philadelphia Eagles, there has been much uncertainty surrounding All-Pro tight end Rob Gronkowski's future.

Gronkowski still is considering whether to play the upcoming 2018 season, and has had "good communication" with the Patriots, per the source.

But they'll reportedly do so without their superstar tight end.

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The Patriots open the voluntary portion of their offseason program on Monday.

According to NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport, tight end Rob Gronkowski doesn't now plan to participate in the team's voluntary offseason conditioning program set to begin Monday.The development follows months of speculation regarding Gronkowski's desire to continue his career.

Gronkowski reportedly grew exhausted of the "high-strung" culture within the Patriots organization. The workouts are voluntary.

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Quarterback Tom Brady is returning home from a trip to Qatar.

During the team's annual pre-draft press conference Friday, Patriots coach Bill Belichick made mention that while he expected heavy attendance, there were some players who had "other commitments".

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