Originally written on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 11/19/14

Rob Gronkowski seems to have responded to those critical of him for his offseason partying ways. The New England Patriots tight end was hanging out at Universal Studios Orlando on Saturday and was seen wearing a green tank top that said “Sorry for Partying” on it. Given that Gronk hardly seems to mind getting photographed partying shirtless or wrestling on stage despite wearing a cast, we’re guessing that the shirt is his way of telling critics to stick it. And is Gronk the last man on the planet who actually wears a tank top in public? That guy really hates shirts. Photo credit: Twitter/Tarah Maciel H/T Busted Coverage The post Rob Gronkowski wears ‘Sorry for Partying’ shirt (Picture) appeared first on Larry Brown Sports. Related posts: Rob Gronkowski is back…as in back to partying with no shirt on (Picture) Rob Gronkowski spotted dancing shirtless, wrestling in Las Vegas (Video) Johnny Manziel and Rob Gronkowski appear to have finally met (Picture)

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