Tampa Bay Buccaneers draft tight ends, but GM says it won’t impact Rob Gronkowski’s potential return

TAMPA FL. — The Tampa Bay BuccaneersTo start the fourth round, the NFL draft took place Saturday. Washington‘s Cade OttonJason Licht, general manager of the 106th overall selection, stated that this would not impact the status of Rob GronkowskiHe is still undecided about his participation in 2022.

Licht stated Friday night that he was still giving him the time, just before the Buccaneers' selection. “We still talk. It didn't really matter if there were two ends. It wouldn't make any difference. Rob seems to appreciate that. This doesn't mean we can't predict what will happen in the future.

Gronkowski, speaking from Gronkowski's party at the NFL draft Las Vegas, told TMZ he is still undecided but that the Buccaneers would be the only team he would consider joining next year.

Gronkowski declared, “It is just the Bucs.” “I love that organization, man. I love the guys there. It's like a family.

Gronkowski, who lives in Tampa, has continued to work out at the Buccaneers facility twice a week in order to stay fit.

Otton, who had 695 receiving yard and five touchdowns in 39 games played for the Huskies, helps to offset Gronkowski's possible loss. O.J. HowardThe signing of a letter by. Buffalo BillsIn free agency

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