Gronkowski: 'I'm definitely going to look at my future'

New England Patriots' Rob Gronkowski catches a pass during the second half of the NFL Super Bowl 52 football game against the Philadelphia Eagles Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)

New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski told reporters Sunday night that he's going to take some time to reflect on the season after the team's loss in the Super Bowl to the Philadelphia Eagles.

"I'm definitely going to look at my future," Gronkowski said in a post-game interview posted by NFL Network.

When asked what would make him retire, Gronkowski answered, "I'm not ready for these type of questions right now."

He said he would sit down over the next couple of weeks and talk to his teammates to "see where I'm at."

"Just see what happens," Gronkowski said.

Gronkowski said the Super Bowl didn't end the way the Patriots expected, given the hard work the team put in this season.

Gronkowski suffered a concussion in the AFC Championship game and was put into the league's concussion protocol.

He was cleared in time for the Super Bowl.

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