Originally written on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 11/15/14

The New England Patriots season has come to a close yet again without a Super Bowl championship, which can only mean two things — Bill Belichick is cranky and Rob Gronkowski is ready to take his shirt off. As you can see from the photo above that a Reddit user shared, the Gronk has already begun his offseason partying down on the Bayou. The photo was supposedly taken at a place called Bogie’s Bar in Baton Rouge, which is quite far from the site of the Super Bowl in New Orleans. This just reaffirms what we already knew: if there’s a good party, Gronk will sniff it out. While we admire him for paying a kid $100 for a lemonade in New Orleans on Thursday, this is the Gronk we have grown to love when the offseason begins. After the Patriots lost the Super Bowl last season, Gronkowski was criticized for dancing shirtless and having a great time. The team later reportedly told him that the “Summer of Gronk” is over, but it appears it is back for another six months of mayhem. Thank god. H/T Spin It The post Rob Gronkowski is back…as in back to partying with no shirt on (Picture) appeared first on Larry Brown Sports. Related posts: Rob Gronkowski paid a kid $100 for lemonade at the Super Bowl (Picture) Rob Gronkowski broke forearm again, out for playoffs What does the Rob Gronkowski forearm injury means to the Patriots?

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