Does Rob Gronkowski's latest announcement officially end comeback talk?

On the off chance that Rob Gronkowski needs to play for the New England Patriots in the current year's postseason, he needs to apply for NFL restoration by Nov. 30. 

Be that as it may, it turns out Gronkowski as of now has other postseason plans. 

The resigned tight end uncovered early Tuesday morning - hours before a "major declaration" planned for 9 a.m. ET - that he'll have a "GRONK BEACH" concert on Saturday, Feb. 1, in Miami Beach. 

That is the day preceding Super Bowl LIV, which will be played at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens. 

The celebration will include enormous melodic acts like Rick Ross, Flo Rida, DJ Carnage, Kaskade and Diplo and basically be a six-hour-long sea shore party (1 p.m. to 7 p.m.), complete with "stunning nourishment, drinks, sea shore entertainers, and the sky is the limit from there," as indicated by the site. 

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Sounds like Gronkowski doesn't anticipate playing a football match-up the next day. 

"I may not be playing the game this year, yet I will in any case be going to Miami and I will make a big appearance my own special concert and its Gronk Beach," Gronkowski said in an announcement, through the Associated Press. 

" ... Bring some ferocity, some enjoyment, to carry a performance to Miami and not simply over Miami, at the Super Bowl. It's actually never been done like that." 

The 9-1 Patriots are the current wagering top choices to win Super Bowl LIV, so if Gronkowski was thinking about an arrival to New England, we question he would have an extreme Super Bowl-themed slam that equivalent end of the week. 

In an any occasion, if the Patriots arrive at their fourth back to back Super Bowl next February, Gronk will be there - as a very amped-up observer. 

UPDATE (9:05 a.m. ET): This to be sure was Gronkowski's "huge declaration," as the ex-tight end tweeted about his "GRONK BEACH BIG GAME WEEKEND" not long after 9 a.m. on Tuesday. 

As is decent, Gronkowski had a great time with the rebound gossipy tidbits in his declaration, grappling with a potential NFL return by setting "Gathering Gronk" against "Player Gronk." 

And keeping in mind that "Gathering Gronk" won out, the 30-year-old appears to be determined to utilizing his potential rebound as a promoting ploy through one year from now. 

"We'll call a perceptible ... however, only during the current year," Gronkowski said toward the finish of the video. 

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