After a rather odd offseason, Rob Gronkowski and the New England Patriots have agreed to a reworked contract that should keep the team and the tight end happy for at least one more season. His contract extends through the 2019 season and he has a $9 million base salary in 2019.
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Gronkowski can earn an additional $4.3 million in incentives, according to his agent, Drew Rosenhaus.
Gronkowksi will also be paid $1 million in per-game bonuses, Shefter said.
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The Patriots and Gronkowski reached an agreement that could add up to $4.3 million to his current deal, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter, which could boost his 2018 earnings to $13.05 million. While Allen never seemed to lose his status as a top-three tight end on the roster, his cap hit did call into question whether New England would see enough value in keeping him around at that price.
Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is aware of what is happening around the league and he wouldn't mind being taken care of in the near future. Remember, just four months ago, no one actually knew if he was going to play this year after he made some comments at the Super Bowl that suggested he might be contemplating retirement. "I got a long season ahead, and just trying to focus on what I need to really do and just let everything else play out".
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A few firefighters saluted from atop a fire engine parked on an overpass as the motorcade passed underneath on Interstate 17. But we will never forget the impact you had on the world, and more importantly, on each of the livest that you touched.