Former NFL tight end Tony Gonzalez, who played 17 years in the league before retiring in 2013, was pursued by multiple teams to play this year. While that obviously didn’t happen, Gonzalez answered a few questions as to whether he would consider being “rented out” by a Super Bowl team in need of a better tight end (via NFL.com). Gonzalez responded to the hypothetical question...
The cleats that Tony Gonzalez hung up are remaining right where they are. On Thursday, Gonzalez reiterated to the Boston Globe's Ben Volin that he's not interested in returning to the NFL. https://twitter.com/BenVolin/status/505029925209124864 https://twitter.com/BenVolin/statuses/505031071353036800 Not a whole lot has changed since Aug. 19, when Gonzalez insisted that, despite...
The last time there was an undefeated team in the NFL was Don Shula’s 1972 Miami Dolphins and while the 2007 Patriots came close, they ended up falling short of undefeated in a full season. Current CBS Sports NFL analyst Tony Gonzalez thinks that the Denver Broncos will be the next NFL’s undefeated team, in […]
Former NFL tight end and future Hall Of Famer Tony Gonzalez has turned media, and is using his new platform to speak out about Jimmy Graham. In a detailed article on CBSSports.com, Gonzalez defends Graham saying he deserves more money, even going as far as saying as the NFL is discriminating against tight ends. I […]
Tony Gonzalez watched a molehill become a mountain after his comments about Matt Ryan's quarterback prowess. Now attempting to clear the air, he says the fault lies directly with the four-letter. In an interview with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Gonzalez blasted ESPN (and NFL Network, in fact) for being "biased" and twisting his words about Ryan. “There was no firestorm...
Just a few weeks ago, future Hall of Fame tight end Tony Gonzalez was “at peace” with his decision to retire after 17 seasons in the NFL. Now all of a sudden he sounds like a guy who might want to come back in 2014. On Friday, Gonzalez told ESPN’s Doug Gottlieb that he would be open to returning to the Atlanta Falcons in 2014 if they opened with a 10-0 record. Obviously Gonzalez...
There’s no way to adequately replace a future hall-of-famer, especially one who may go down as the best to ever play his position. However, that’s exactly what the Atlanta Falcons will attempt to do in finding Tony Gonzalez’s replacement. With Gonzalez hanging it up, we take a look at the top five 2014 free agent tight end targets the Falcons can go after. 1. Jermichael Finley...
Tony Gonzalez will play in the last game of his Hall of Fame caliber NFL career on Sunday. This time, his retirement is for real. Gonzalez flirted with retirement a few years back, but he ultimately decided to join the Atlanta Falcons in hopes of winning a Super Bowl. Although the 37-year-old was unable to […]
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