Gronk hasn't played a full 16-game season since 2011. In the past year, there's been talk of retirement, discord with head coach Bill Belichick and continuing injuries. Turning 30 prior to kickoff of the 2019 season, his final contract year, it's fair to wonder whether he will decide to simply hang up the cleats and pursue acting or professional wrestling, or if he'll return for one more year with the aging GOAT, Tom Brady. Thus far in 2018, Gronk has only played in 10 games, compiling 637 yards and three touchdowns, though he did have his second best game of the year in yardage, including a touchdown, in a last-second heartbreaking loss against the Dolphins. Scheduled to make $9M in 2019, it's hard to imagine Gronkowski retiring should Brady choose to return (and all signs point to just that) but dynasty owners should be preparing for the possibility. He carries a very tenuous TE5 ranking on DLF's tight end rankings.