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New England Patriots star tight end Rob Gronkowski admitted that he was considering retirement following the team's Super Bowl 52 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.It's been nearly two months Shannon Sharpe Jersey , and Gronk has yet to make an announcement. But according to ESPN's Jeff Darlington, the two-time Super Bowl champion is expected to return next season, citing sources close to Gronkowski.Darlington did note that Gronk hasn't made a final call yet, but he wants to come back so long as Tom Brady remains part of the team. But even if No. 87 continues his football career, there's a chance it happens outside of Foxborough.Per Darlington Shane Lechler Jersey , there is some strain in the relationship of Gronkowski and Belichick, who apparently didn't care for some of his cryptic social media posts. This included Gronk bidding farewell to former teammate Danny Amendola, who signed a two-year contract with the Miami Dolphins. In the post, Gronk wrote "Be FREE, Be HAPPY."Tom Curran of NBC Sports Boston also reported after the Super Bowl that Gronk wasn't happy during training camp last year John Ross Jersey , feeling "persecuted," and "singled out," and even contemplated retirement. So even if Gronkowski returns to the Patriots, it looks like there is plenty of tension to clear up with the legendary head coach. With Malcolm Butler leaving the team under bitter circumstances and Belichick reportedly being caught in a power struggle with Brady and Robert Kraft (according to a report from ESPN's Seth Wickersrham in January), it seems like the heat is really on in New England.Despite the reported drama Jihad Ward Jersey , the Patriots dynasty nearly won a sixth Lombardi Trophy to their impressive collection. But first, it remains to be seen if Gronkowski will return - and if the Patriots will be able to put all of this tension behind them as they try to win a third consecutive AFC Championship.

NBA great Ray Allen tells the "AP Sports Weekly" podcast that the players who step up to take the big shots in the playoffs do so because they refuse to be overwhelmed by the moment.

Allen propelled Miami to an NBA title in 2013 with a 3-pointer in Game 6 of the Finals against San Antonio that is regarded as one of the greatest clutch shots ever. He says hard work and experience is why some players want the ball at the biggest moments.

"Those great players in the league will do that consistently," Allen told podcast co-hosts Jim Litke and Tim Dahlberg. "They continue to do their jobs and don't let the circumstances get the better of them."

Allen also talks about his new autobiography "From the Outside: My Journey through Life and the Game I Love" and gives his opinion of the playoffs so far. Also joining Litke and Dahlberg is football guru Ross Tucker, who talks about the NFL draft and who he thinks will be the first quarterback selected.

NCAA chief Mark Emmert talks to the AP's Ralph Russo about the upcoming Rice commission report released this week, while the co-hosts debate the state of college athletics under Emmert.

Tucker returns to talk press box food (think bratwurst in Green Bay) and his belief that the better teams serve the media better meals.

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