One of the all-time great tight ends, Rob Gronkowski,  came out of retirement Tuesday, and it has another thinking about it too.

Well, kind of. Class of 2019 Hall of Fame tight end Tony Gonzalez, who last played in 2013, tweeted a video of himself working out in his yard Tuesday, and jokingly noted how he too may come out of retirement.

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“As you can tell, I’m working out, getting in shape,” the 44-year-old Gonzalez said. “I saw Gronk (Rob Gronkowski) talking about coming back and I said to myself, “Hey, me too, baby.’

Gonzalez played 12 seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs before concluding his career with the Atlanta Falcons, where he played five years before he retired at 37 years old.

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