Add Jets safety Jamal Adams to the list of people who aren't convinced that Rob Gronkowski's football career is over.

The former Patriots tight end announced his retirement in March, but Adams isn't buying it according to Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News.

Adams isn't the only member of the Jets to say such a thing. His new head coach, Adam Gase, shared the same reaction.

It's tough to blame Adams, Gase, or anyone else for believing that Gronkowski could eventually return to the gridiron. After all, not even Gronk's own agent is ruling out a potential return for the future Hall-of-Famer.

But for now, at least, Gronk is expected to pursue other opportunities in the entertainment field. Whether that's in film, the WWE, or even broadcasting remains to be seen.

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