The New England Patriots have agreed to trade Rob Gronkowski to the Buccaneers in a deal that reunites the retired tight end with Tom Brady in Tampa Bay.

Gronkowski, who turns 31 next month, has one year and $9 million remaining on his contract.

The Buccaneers announced the details of the trade in a news release Tuesday. New England will receive a fourth-round pick (No. 139 overall) in this week's draft, and Tampa Bay will also receive a seventh-round pick (No. 241 overall).

Gronkowski announced his retirement on March 24, 2019, after a nine-year career during which he won three Super Bowls with New England and was one of the league's most colorful personalities.