Rob Gronkowski on Patriots Trade Rumors: ‘Shows How Much Fake News Is out There’

New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski dispelled rumors of a potential trade on Saturday, referring to the buzz that’s circulated of late as “fake news.”

“Just shows how much fake news is out there,” cheap nfl authentic jerseys he told WBZ-TV’s Lisa Gresci. “Hashtag fake news. That’s all I know. It’s true, it exists. See it all the time about me.”

Speculation that Gronkowski could be traded reached a fever pitch Friday, when Adam Kurkjian reported head coach Bill Belichick wanted to trade the five-time Pro Bowler to either the Tennessee Titans or San Francisco 49ers. Kurkjian added that Belichick met with owner Robert Kraft to discuss the proposals before they were shut down by quarterback Tom Brady, who reportedly threatened to retire if Gronk was dealt. cheap authentic nfl jerseys

“I would say with the utmost confidence that none of that is true,” Patriots spokesperson Stacey James told Kurkjian. “None of it.”

NBC Sports Boston’s Tom E. Curran added that while Gronkowski isn’t on the verge of being traded, the Patriots have made some calls to gauge his market.

“However, he was absolutely spoken about in trade conversations,” Curran said Friday on Boston Sports Tonight. “At this juncture, the notion of an imminent trade which I reported ‘zero chance of that happening’ is where we are. cheap nfl jerseys from china¬† So Gronk’s not going anywhere, but that doesn’t mean that the opportunity was not out there for that to have happened.”

Gronkowski, who pondered retirement before returning for his ninth NFL season, nfl cheap jerseys has made it clear he is angling for a new contract before the Patriots kick off their 2018 campaign.

Steve Young on Terrell Owens Skipping HOF Ceremony: ‘I Beg Him to Reconsider’

Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Steve Young urged former Niners teammate Terrell Owens to reconsider his decision to skip the 2018 Pro Football Hall of Fame enshrinement ceremony in August.

On Thursday, Cam Inman of the Bay Area News Group provided comments Young, who was inducted in 2005, made on ESPN about Owens potentially burning bridges with the Hall of Fame and its members.authentic nfl jerseys cheap

“The damage to the relationship could be permanent. You don’t want that,” he said. “So I beg him to reconsider because the longevity of all the people that want to respect him and that he should respect as well. Forget about, ‘I’m mad at the voters, I’m mad at the system.’ The damage that could be done by not going could overwhelm him over a period of time.”

Owens released a statement Thursday confirming his intention to skip the proceedings and said he’ll announce his plans for a celebration of his career at a later date.nfl jerseys for cheap

“While I am incredibly appreciative of this opportunity, I have made the decision to publicly decline my invitation to attend the induction ceremony in Canton,”cheap nfl jerseys¬† he said. “… After visiting Canton earlier this year, I came to the realization that I wish to celebrate what will be one of the most memorable days of my life, elsewhere.”nfl jersey cheap

The 44-year-old former standout wide receiver had previously voiced his displeasure about the voting process that led him to fall short of induction in his first two tries.

Hall of Fame president David Baker also released a statement after Owens’ decision became public.

“We are disappointed [but] will respect Terrell’s decision not to participate in the Enshrinement,” he said. “While unprecedented, the Pro Football Hall of Fame, the nearly 5,000 volunteers and the entire community are committed to celebrating the excellence of the Class of 2018 that will kick off the NFL’s 99th season.”cheap nfl jersey

Antics aside, Owens is one of the greatest receivers in NFL history.

He ranks second all-time in receiving yards (15,934), third in touchdown catches (153) and eighth in receptions (1,078). He earned six Pro Bowl selections and was named First Team All-Pro five times.