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Rob Gronkowksi is notorious for his fun and carefree attitude, but we got to see a very agitated side of Gronk during a recent interview with CBS’s “This Morning.” CBS reporter Don Dahler asked the Patriots tight end about his former teammate, Aaron Hernandez, who is currently facing first-degree murder charges. Gronk responded with a couple “next questions” before Dahler shifted his attention to Gronk’s father and asked for his reaction. That’s when Gronk stood up and threatened to walk away from the interview, insisting on a change of subject. Rob’s brothers found the whole sequence pretty amusing, but Gronk apparently didn’t whatsoever. [CBS Boston] The post Rob Gronkowski nearly walks out of interview after Hernandez questions appeared first on The Nosebleeds.
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I understand his reluctance...
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Absolute gold. Well done.
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CBS News, our non-sports newsy brothers from the same mother, did an interview with the entire Gronkowski family. Naturally, Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski was there. But he almost didn't stay for the whole thing, threatening to walk out when Dan Dahler tried to turn the subject towards Aaron Hernandez.
You can see the clip above (and the full interview here) but it was a...
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Even 2008 wasn't as bad. At least in 2008 the team had an excuse for failing to meet expectations. There was no Tom Brady.
After the shock of seeing Brady keeled over on the ground in the first game of that season wore off, it became a pretty entertaining year. Who thought we would be watching Matt Cassel defy the...
Tim Tebow and Tom Brady worried about Aaron Hernandez's behavior as early as 2011, with Hernandez being described as "a lot to handle," a newly surfaced video shows.
Brady: “And I’m trying to watch over Aaron and Brandon.” Tebow: “I appreciate that, too, man. They’re good guys.” Brady: “[Yeah] they’re a lot to handle.”
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