Arguably the greatest tight end of all time, Rob Gronkowski, called it a career (again). Fortunately, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are in great shape to prepare smartly for the inevitable.

Rob Gronkowski has decided to hang up the clits again and call it a career and this time it seems to be permanent. Jordan Schultz broke the first news on Twitter.

Naturally, some have begun to panic about what the difficult end situation for the Buccaneers will look like in the future. In the words of Kevin Bacon at Animal House, “Stay calm. Everything is fine. "

Jason Licht and company have done a great job of preparing for life in the Gulf of Tampa if Grunk decides to return, arguably the greatest tight end in NFL history and the second greatest in Buchanan history, or if he decides to go sunset.

The Bucs have drafted two tight edges, and both are admiring each other nicely. Fourth-round pick Cad Auton is a more natural receiver with the ability to run after a catch.

On the other hand, the tight end they drafted in the sixth round was a tight end bowling ball, the biggest strength of which was blocking. Both tight edges together are essentially equal to one Gronk as far as their best skill set is concerned. Obviously, we'll wait and see what the production produces.

Of course, both are not seen as "first-round talents" and their draft spots are reflected as such, but that doesn't matter with hard edges.

Great tight edges are rarely made in the first round or even in any preliminary round. Also, as soon as Tom Brady throws their football, they will come to the league with something like a silver spoon.

Great tight edges are rarely made in the first round or even in any preliminary round. Also, as soon as Tom Brady throws their football, they will come to the league with something like a silver spoon.

They will also have an experienced presence to guide them. No one gives an example of a tight end point that doesn't require first-round talent than Cameron Brett.

The undefeated Brett seems to have ended the tight start of the books again. Of course, this isn’t as “flashy” as Gronkovsky at the top of the depth charts, but there are worse situations to end strictly.