Saints can handle a Brady-Gronk Reunion in the NFC South (1 Viewer)

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By Kyle T. Mosley | SI

The NFC South teams are having a great offseason in 2020. First, the surprising arrival of a new nemesis in the division, QB Tom Brady. Just as the Saints, Falcons, and Panthers defensive coordinators started developing defensive schemes for Brady, his old partner from New England comes out of retirement. TE Rob Gronkowski is traded to the Buccaneers to create chaos in the NFC South. But, Saints fans should not be too concerned. Here's why.

Yes, a Brady-Gronkowski reunion will happen in Tampa. Saints News Network’s Mike Detillier calls this “The Brady Effect.” The Brady Effect is affecting the NFC South. It is being reported, former Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski requested a trade from the team to join Tom Brady in Tampa Bay with the Buccaneers. The Brady Effect.

Rob Gronkowski’s decision to return from the ranks of retirement and follow his old quarterback is a career revival. Gronkowski retired from the NFL on March 24game-plan2019 after nine seasons with the New England Patriots. He cited in an Instagram post his retirement resulted from the many injuries, surgeries from football which took a toll on his physical and mental health. After one season of rehabilitation, it seems Gronk has a new lease on his NFL life.

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