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Rob Gronkowski spoke to a few media members at a local bookstore Thursday, but he made sure the conversation steered clear of the heavy stuff. Gronkowski, who was in town promoting his family’s new book Growing Up Gronk, fielded questions about his back surgery and the recent arrests of teammates Aaron Hernandez and Alfonzo Dennard, but he answered each the same way. “I have no reaction about that,” the tight end repeated. Gronk did perk up a bit when asked whether the NFL has a problem with off-field player conduct, though, saying that question should be directed toward the commissioner. “Ask Roger Goodell,” he said. “You gotta ask Roger. He’s been in the business for a while now, so he’ll know. From when he started to where he is now … Roger that.” Yep, that’s Gronk. See more from the interview in the video below.
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