Bruce Arians knows Buccaneers can't replace Rob Gronkowski, but he's confident in Cameron Brate, other TE

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will leave out Rob Gronkowski at tight 

cease as they eye a 2nd Super Bowl title in three years Gronkowski

turned into a key piece within the Buccaneers' first championship run, 

however so became Cameron Brate -- who emerges as No. 

Recently retired Bruce Arians does not assume they may be a great 

drop off with Brate, who has been effective in his 8 NFL seasons. 

"It's a step returned, this is for positive -- due to the fact 

he's a Hall of Fame player," Arians said, thru JoeBucsFan.Com.

"But I without a doubt like the room right now. 

 I love the younger kids we've got got in there and Cam Brate's 

an awesome veteran participant that Tom truly trusts. 

"Now, he is no longer Gronk That length and what he brings as a blocker 

and receiver I assume is unrivaled You don't replace that 

guy, but we also have Codey McElroy … I assume it is time for him to break out receiver."