With COVID-19, is Brady and Gronk going to have the chance to play for their new team?

By now, everyone knows that the greatest Quarterback of all time, Tom Brady, and arguably the best Tight End ever to play the game, Rob Gronkowski, have again joined forces to play for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. However, with the current situation the country is in right now and the two players ages, how effective will the two players be?

I ask this because we still do not know whether or not there will be an NFL season. Of course, the league is going to do whatever they can to have a full 16 game schedule, but every day something new comes out about this virus.

Brady is going to be 43 years old by the time the regular season begins. With his current age, Brady can’t afford to take a whole year off and expect to be the best potential player for his new team. Gronkowski is coming out of retirement, which is more of a disadvantage because he hasn’t been in football action since Super Bowl 53.

I was thinking about this because everyone did want to see how Brady and Gronk would perform outside of New England. However, with this virus, we do not know whether or not that will happen in September or later on in the future.

Zachary Connell (@ZackConnell2)

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