Gronkowski wasn’t the only player pondering tomorrow after that grueling Super Bowl defeat.

The Athletic noted that 40-year-old quarterback Tom Brady “also appeared conflicted about his future at the conclusion of his Tom vs. Time documentary.”

“I think (Gronkowski) is the best tight end in the game, maybe in the history of the game, so we’re privileged to have a quarterback (in Brady) and tight end in those positions,” Kraft said. “I do believe, though, people feel differently (after a loss). That was a tough loss. We’ll let things sort out and see what happens.”

The Jets got a strong surprise season at the same position from Demario Davis, but Williamson is three years younger and rangier as a replacement. He’s an excellent run defender and has the upside to be better than Davis in coverage.

Richardson leaves the Seahawks to line up next to Linval Joseph and Everson Griffen, creating a big upgrade over aging free-agent Tom Johnson. Throw in Danielle Hunter, and this is the scariest front four in the NFL.

As¬†Michael David Smith¬†of Pro Football Talk noted, he has now been suspended four different times in his career for violating the league’s policies on both substance abuse and performance-enhancing drugs.

With the latest punishment, Collins has been suspended for 28 games.

However, he is apparently not letting any criticism get to him:

The 25-year-old has been a quality contributor when on the field, playing all 16 games as a rookie in 2015 while gaining an even bigger role in 2016. He started six of eight regular-season games and finished with two interceptions and 10 passes defended.

He also started Super Bowl LI against the New England Patriots and totaled 11 tackles in the 34-28 loss.

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