The New England Patriots and Rob Gronkowski may have a gentleman's agreement that nobody knows about, but we all might find out at the same time in just a few short days.
Solskjaer sends most trusted scout to watch Erling Haaland
Chelsea have reportedly been linked with a move for Haaland, with the club scouting the striker, according to the Mail . Real Madrid are believed to be keen on the 19-year-old despite signing Luka Jovic, 21, from Frankfurt last summer.
Gronkowski shared a video on social media over the weekend teasing a "big announcement" that he can't wait to deliver to fans on Tuesday morning. As always, the lovable Gronkowski did his part to hype up the unknown announcement, saying, "It's gonna be fun, it's gonna be wild, it's gonna be a good time".
Apple rolls out first firmware update for AirPods Pro
This is the first version of the product from TwelveSouth that offers the ability to stream audio in, as well as out. If you haven't picked up a pair of AirPods Pro yet, Amazon has them on sale now at $15 off.
In October, FOX Sports announced that Gronkowski has been hired to appear as a regular analyst on its National Football League programming.
Arizona congressman’s tweets raise Epstein conspiracy theory
Epstein's jail cell death in August was quickly declared a suicide, but recent expert testimony has challenged that narrative. The Associated Press asked Gosar spokesman Ben Goldey whether the congressman sent the tweets himself.
Earlier this month, a report from NFL Network's Ian Rapoport claims Patriots owner Robert Kraft minced no words when he approached the star tight end shortly after his retirement, telling him the team wants him back for a playoff run this year. But a week later, he shut down that possibility on WEEI. Further adding to the speculation is that Gronkowski has until November 30 to decide if he wants to return from the reserve/retired list.