Gronk Ruins Sergio Brown's Life, Takes Penalty

Rob Gronkowski does not like Sergio Brown, even though the Colts safety used to play for New England. Back in 2012, Brown was the one who caused Gronkowski to break his arm on a point-after attempt. (Gronkowski shouldn't have been in the game that late anyway, but he's not going to be mad at his own coaches.) » 11/16/14 11:13pm 11/16/14 11:13pm

How Man-Child Tight End Rob Gronkowski Revived The Patriots' Offense

Rob Gronkowski—whose skull houses one 14-oz. official NFL "The Duke" football, and whose circulatory system is chiefly responsible for the delivery of Natural Light—has been incredible for the last few weeks. Tom Brady's missed his best receiver at full speed, and they're making up for lost time. Gronk's been the… » 11/06/14 4:02pm 11/06/14 4:02pm

Gronk On Patriots' Offensive Line: They "Should Get Laid Tonight"

Gigantic talking muscle Rob Gronkowski spoke with Tony Siragusa after the Patriots' win over the Bills, and he wanted everyone watching to know that the Patriots' offensive line played like sexy, sexy men today. They did give Tom Brady enough time to find his receivers, while allowing only two sacks. » 10/12/14 6:42pm 10/12/14 6:42pm

Rob Gronkowski Dances, Tells Breast Jokes On Whose Line Is It Anyway?

The Summer of Gronk (much better than the past couple summers of Aaron Hernandez) moves to non-Big-Three network TV, as the Patriots tight end guest starred on the revival of improv show Whose Line Is It Anyway? His first task? Party down as Wayne Brady and Jonathan Mangum sang a song about him. » 6/03/14 9:48am 6/03/14 9:48am

Rob Gronkowski Also Has A Concussion, Is The NFL's Latest Nightmare

When Browns safety T.J. Ward sent his shoulder crashing into Rob Gronkowski's outstretched right leg, everyone had the same two thoughts: "Holy shit, Gronk just tore his ACL!" and "Ward only went low because he didn't want to concuss Gronk and get fined for doing so." Well, try telling that second one to Gronk, who as… » 12/09/13 2:39pm 12/09/13 2:39pm

Why Officials Picked Up The Flag And Gave Carolina The Win

The non-call that ended the Panthers' win over the Patriots was a bad call. Not a historically terrible one, in a vacuum: worse missed penalties and more egregious undeserved flags happen every week in the NFL. But on the last play of the game, a supremely entertaining slugfest between two Super Bowl contenders,… » 11/19/13 9:38am 11/19/13 9:38am