New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski said Monday that the league’s Super Bowl investment advisory agency has not yet been finalized, but the league said in a statement that it is “evaluating the matter” after it received “concerns” from the league office.
Gronkowski tweeted Monday that “the NFL’s Super Bowes investment advisory will not be completed until we are satisfied the advisory process has been completed, including the appropriate process for the approval of any investments.”
Gronkowski also said that the Superbowl investment advisory process should take place “after we get all the facts,” and the league did not specify what “all the facts” would be.
The Patriots have a Super Bowl berth and the potential to make an appearance at Super Bowl 50.
The NFL is seeking to hold a referendum on its investment advisory proposal, which it has called the “most comprehensive and comprehensive investment advisory package” in the history of the league.
The league also said Monday it is reviewing the “finalization” of the Super bowl advisory proposal.