Tom Brady finally convinces Rob Gronkowski to reunite as duo team up for QB's latest venture

Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski
Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski's latest collab

Rob Gronkowski isn't ready to call time on his collaboration with Tom Brady. After months of speculation regarding whether Gronkowski would return to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Brady and his star tight end have finally teamed up, albeit off the field.

Gronkowski made his Brady Brand debut this week, sporting the Bucs quarterback's line of underwear.

The future Hall of Famer wrote on Instagram:

"Brady to Gronk once again, this time off the field with a [Brady Brand] underwear pass! I sure scored after that play hehe!"

Brady unveiled his apparel brand earlier this year, describing it as a "next-generation" clothing line for men.

While things were initially quiet, Gronkowski's modeling debut alongside his girlfriend, model Camille Kostek, could ramp up interest in TB12's apparel brand.

However, Gronkowski isn't the only big-name athlete on Brady Brand's roster.

Coastal Carolina University quarterback Grayson McCall and Michigan Wolverines quarterback Cade McNamara are also part of the brand, alongside tennis player Andrew Fenty.

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Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski almost teamed up in Sin City

While Brady has been in the headlines over the past couple of weeks with the Bucs quarterback taking some time away from training camp, there was another bombshell revelation this week from an unlikely source.

Over the weekend, during "UFC 278 With The Gronks," UFC chief Dana White revealed that Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski almost suited up for the Las Vegas Raiders, only for then-head coach Jon Gruden to hit the veto button.

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White said he worked to put that deal together, adding that it was almost a "done deal." The UFC head honcho said that Brady was also looking for houses in Sin City in anticipation of the move.

"It wasn't being said yet that Gronk was coming, but Las Vegas would've had Brady and Gronk the year that the Bucs won the Super Bowl, except Gruden blew the deal up."

Gronkowski, of course, ultimately teamed up with Tom Brady in Tampa Bay, racking up his fourth Super Bowl ring.

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Gronk then chose to call time on his career, finishing with the most career touchdowns by a tight end in postseason history (15) and the second-most at any position, behind Jerry Rice (22).

His agent Drew Rosenhaus, however, left the door open for Gronk's return, telling ESPN's Adam Schefter that he wouldn't be surprised if Tom Brady convinced the future Hall of Fame tight end to come along for one last dance.

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Edited by Piyush Bisht
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