Rob Gronkowski is one of those players that has absolutely dominated and torn up the lead when he's able to stay healthy. At 6'6" and 268 pounds, the 29-year-old tight end is extremely tough to bring down and with a quarterback like Tom Brady, Gronk is able to haul in a ton of catches. He was instrumental in the team's AFC Championship win on Sunday and will surely be a massive weapon in the Super Bowl when the New England Patriots take on the Los Angeles Rams.

Gronk has had his fair share of injuries over the years which has led to some people questioning whether or not he'll be playing in the NFL for much longer. He's already won two Super Bowls and doesn't have much left to prove. 

His brother Chris, who also played in the NFL, spoke to TMZ Sports and discussed what his brother's plans are for after the big game.

"I couldn't tell you, and I don't even think at this point that he knows what he's going to do after the season," Chris explained. "If you actually watched him play throughout the year, he was crushing people all year!"

Gronkowski's quarterback Brady says he plans to stick around next year, which could potentially convince Gronk to stay for at least another year.