New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski remains vague about his future as he kept his silence since their 41-33 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LII. Now, Gronkowski left Patriots fans wondering even more about his future when he posted a cryptic tweet about “destiny” On Sunday, he posted the tweet “Foresee your own future, control your own temptations, and your destiny will be not just be reached, it will just be starting, leaving fans confused about the direction that the tight end would take.

After their Super Bowl loss, Gronkowski said he will definitely look at his future, sitting down with family in the next two weeks to see “where I’m at.” However, more than two weeks have passed and Gronkowski has made no decision about his NFL career.

According to sources close to the tight end, his decision to ponder retirement is not brought by emotions following their Super Bowl loss. Jeff Darlington of ESPN reported that Gronkowski was contemplating on hanging his cleats for good before the AFC Championship Game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Darlington added that the concussion suffered by Gronkowski during the AFC title game might have contributed further to his decision to retire.

WWE interested in Gronkowski

During that span, there were multiple reports that Gronkowski might join the WWE or become an action star in the movies. Earlier, wrestling journalist Dave Meltzer said the WWE is definitely interested in hiring Gronkowski, but the organization would not be willing to bid out for the tight end’s services.

Meltzer said the WWE will hire Gronkowski if he leaves his NFL career for good and apply with the organization. It was reported that the WWE was planning to give Gronkowski a contract similar to the one signed by former UFC champion Ronda Rousey.

Gronk’s retirement a matter of when

Adding fire to the rumors that the tight end might join WWE was the latest statement made by wrestling superstar Mojo Rawley to TMZ, saying Gronkowski’s retirement is not a “matter of if, but a matter of when.” Gronkowski has appeared in Wrestlemania last April where he helped Rawley win Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal.

Ryan Hannable of said the Patriots are pushing Gronkowski to make a decision soon so they can prepare for any eventuality. According to Hannable, the Patriots’ offseason moves will depend on Gronkowski’s decision on whether to play or retire. Gronkowski is expected to earn a base salary of $8 million in 2018 and $9 million in 2019.