Rob Gronkowski hints he will mull retirement

Rob Gronkowski

Rob Gronkowski

New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski suffered more than a Super Bowl loss this week, returning to his MA home Monday to find the residence had been burglarized, police said.

Foxborough police confirmed Tuesday morning that a robbery was reported from Gronkowski's home, but did not initially release details.

"The media has already arrived to Gronk's home to cover the story ... that the Patriots' home was targeted by criminals who raided the place while Rob was in Minnesota for the Super Bowl", TMZ said.

Gronkowski came home Monday after the Patriots's 41-33 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles at the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, according to the Boston Globe. None of Gronkowski's personal belongings were stolen but his roommates reported that hundreds of dollars worth of items were taken.

"Hello, this isn't an emergency", Gronkowski told the dispatcher in a short clip of his 911 call released by police.

India vs South Africa, 3rd ODI, Cape Town
AB de Villiers , Faf du Plessis and Quinton de Kock have all been ruled out of the remaining matches on this Indian tour. Virat Kohli-led India have hit back after a loss in the Test series and gained lead in six-match ODI series.

This possible scenario was possibly weighing on Gronkowski's head when he was asked about his future in the National Football League on Sunday night. "We've just got to sit back and relax for a couple of weeks and just look back at all our fond memories of a great season we had". From that perspective, Sunday's matchup was an incredible success; all of that offense made it arguably the most watchable Super Bowl of all time.

"We hope to comment more on this case when we bring somebody to justice for having committed this burglary", Baker said.

'We went past the house on Sunday, about 12:30-1 p.m., and I happened to notice the gate was ajar, which is very unusual, ' said Tom Savino.

Gronkowski returned to action in the Super Bowl after getting knocked out of the AFC Championship Game on January 21 due to a concussion. He stormed out of the locker room without answering questions following the loss.

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