ESPN personalities sound off on Patriots trading Gronk to the Buccaneers | ESPN Voices

Mike Greenberg, Mike Reiss, Ryan Clark, Dianna Russini and Jeff Darlington all sound off on the surprising trade made by the New England Patriots to send believed-to-be-retired Rob Gronkowski to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to reunite with former teammate Tom Brady.
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