While Gronkowski has yet to decide if he will suit up for the 2018 season, he reportedly will not be attending the start of the Patriots' offseason program, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Gronkowski is still under contract through the 2019 National Football League season, as he still has two years left on his six-year, $54 million extension with $19 million left in both base salary and bonuses.
Although Patriots' owner Robert Kraft recently claimed he was unfazed by his star tight end's retirement murmurs, it appears Gronkowski has yet to make a decision regarding his 2018 playing status.
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On the other hand, police have arrested a person while two others involved in the incident are still absconding. The name of the victim has not been released but police say he's a 53-year-old man.
The Patriots will open their voluntary offseason workouts on Monday. While most players are expected to report to the facility, they are not contractually obligated to do so.
Quarterback Tom Brady is returning home from a trip to Qatar. The workouts are voluntary.
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Daniel Borg, who lives on Hall Drive in Menai alongside bushland, admitted it was concerning to see how close the flames came. Conditions are expected to aid the firefighting effort on Monday, with winds about half the strength they were on Sunday.
Patriots coach Bill Belichick acknowledged on Friday that not all Patriots players would be present on Monday.
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She has also decided to make a new law which will make death penalty mandatory for raping of any minor in J&K. And today, the impunity of those in power makes them defend the rape of women and even of an 8-year-old girl.