New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski left the door open to the possibility of retirement following Sunday's loss.
"I am definitely going to look at my future for sure," said Gronkowski, who will turn 29 during the offseason. "I am going to sit down the next couple weeks and see where I am at."
When pressed further on a possible retirement, Gronkowski said he's "not ready for these type of questions right now."
"I'm going to reflect on the season," said Gronkowski, who had a team-high nine catches for 116 yards and two touchdowns. "Proud of the boys and just see what happens."
A reporter asked him if the concussions caused the thoughts about retirement. Gronkowski replied with a stern "No."