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The New England Patriots lockerroom is generally a quiet one, but not when you are talking about Rob Gronkowski. As we have learned over the last couple of years, he is not exactly cut from the same cloth as Tom Brady and Bill Belichick. He enjoys his life, very publicly, and isn’t afraid to speak out specific issues. Outside of player safety, the biggest topic in NFL circles is that about homesexual players within the league. Nobody has ever come out of the closet while being a member of an active roster in the NFL. There are multiple reasons why that is the case, and arguably the biggest one is whether or not said player would be accepted by his heterosexual teammates. Gronkowski was asked about this while he visited ESPN Radio New York with Stephen A. Smith and Ryan Ruocco. Here is a transcript of that portion of the interview via the fellas at Sports Radio Interviews: How he would feel if an active player admitted he was gay: “I got this question before, about a year ago, and I basically said the same answer that I did a year ago. You have to accept the player. Everyone has [...]
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Hard living tight end Rob Gronkowski has seemingly divided his time between the nightclub, the trainers table and the operating room.
That is the picture that his actions have painted although no one’s life is that easy to box up and describe.
Gronk has confirmed to that he underwent a third surgery to get his left forearm right after it was injured in the 2012-13 run.
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One of the main reasons we know Rob Gronkowski is a genuinely goofy guy is the awkwardness he displays during interviews. Those of you who think he does stuff like this strictly for attention are wrong — that’s just Gronk being Gronk. Don’t believe it? Look no further than the New England Patriots tight end’s attempt at anchoring SportsCenter alongside Chris McKendry on Wednesday...
New England Patriots tide end Rob Gronkowski was a guest on Mike and Mike in the Morning on ESPN Radio and gave an update on his rehab after undergoing surgery for a third time on his forearm.
“I’m doing a lot better, definitely. Feeling a lot better. My arm is feeling way better than it was during the playoffs and regular season when I broke it,” Gronkowski said, per ESPNBoston...
Don’t expect to see Rob Gronkowski performing DDTs, powerbombs, piledrivers or choke slams on TMZ.com anytime soon. The Patriots tight end is back to being all business.
Gronkowski went through the ESPN car wash on Wednesday with appearances on SportsCenter and Mike and Mike in the Morning, and he was giving all the answers the Patriots have taught him since he was drafted in...
Rob Gronkowski took time away from the New England Patriots practice field (and the nightclub) to host an episode of SportsCenter.
In general dancing with your shirt off or hanging out with porn stars, won’t hurt your rehab. GRONK just needs to be careful and not fall on the dance floor. He will be fine, similar to James Harden he may party hard, but on the field he is always ready to play.
Here is what he had to say about people, that are worried about his partying ways.
“They’re my fans. They’re looking...
New England Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola says he and Tom Brady are planning some workouts together. "I've talked with Tom a couple times, just trying to get some scheduling down,
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New England Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski had the pleasure of doing the ol' Bristol Car Wash today as part of SportsNation's Madden cover vote. As an added perk, he got to sit behind the anchor desk with Chris McKendry for the live open to the 11 AM ET episode of SportsCenter. The result was like watching a botched "This is SportsCenter" commercial as Gronk introduces...
Back when Tom Brady signed his extension around the beginning of March, Patriots owner Robert Kraft told Peter King that the Patriots were going to "spend to the cap."
So far, the most expensive players they've signed have been Danny Amendola and Sebastian Vollmer. The biggest name they signed might be Aqib Talib. With the Brady extension in context, some Patriots...
Good afternoon and Happy Wednesday, PatsNation! We're now 2 weeks into the NFL Free Agent Frenzy, but the energy has certainly died down a lot. In my last article, I mentioned that there was a need to sign some new players that could help improve the depth, as well as re-signing some old players that have already made a positive impact on the field for the Patriots.