It was hella dope news and bummer news for Rob Gronkowski today. First, the big lunk of a New England Patriot hit a very personal milestone by catching his 69th career receiving touchdown on a play that the Saints’ defense scarcely could have made any easier.
Dustin Pedroia, Anthony Mackie, Bill Burr, and improvisational quarter keg Rob Gronkowski showed up at a roast for David Ortiz yesterday. Gronk’s material was clearly prewritten; Pedroia’s was supposedly not. One was clearly funnier than the other.
Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski, a man perfectly engineered to survive a frat party balcony collapse, is at the White House today with his Patriots teammates so that they can be honored for their Super Bowl victory. Gronk, perhaps having been set free to wander the halls, crashed White House press secretary Sean…
Of all the celebrity cameos in professional wrestling, football players work the best, not least because they look the part. Their physiques often match up to the guys in the ring, and so when they get involved it doesn’t look quite as silly as, say, Jon Stewart helping Seth Rollins retain the world championship.
A few of the Patriots showed up with their Lombardi Trophy for Red Sox opening day, and overactive galoot Rob Gronkowski had fun with quarterback Tom Brady by nabbing his recently recovered Super Bowl jersey.
Rob Gronkowski turned up at tonight’s Wrestlemania in Orlando in support of buddy Mojo Rawley to help bust up some bad guys en route to Rawley’s win in the Andre the Giant memorial battle royal.
Rob Gronkowski is, for whatever reason, on Fox’s Daytona 500 coverage today, and he’s doing roughly what you’d expect him to be doing. Here he’s talking to a young woman identified as a “Monster girl,” and not quite getting the answer he was going for.
Rob Gronkowski, who gained his powers after he was accidentally left behind during a government test of a nuclear sacktap, missed the Patriots’ Super Bowl run with a back injury, but he was in attendance for the championship parade in Boston today. The tight end played his greatest hits.
Within this WPRI feature on various New England Patriots’ high school glory days is a magnificent parable about how Rob Gronkowski, a butt with a tattoo of a butt with a tattoo of a butt on it, sacrificed his individual success for a greater cause.
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski’s injury in Week 10's game against the Seahawks was more than the reported punctured lung. According to Vic Carucci of the Buffalo News, Gronkowski needs back surgery and will be out for a while.
Rob Gronkowski, the NFL’s most talented Shot Ski, got one of his lungs punctured during his team’s loss to the Seahawks last night, yet somehow managed to finish the game, per Ian Rapoport. Gronkowski has a history of playing with injuries, but playing professional football through a punctured lung is insane. Rapoport…
In the second quarter of the Seahawks’ win over New England, TE Rob Gronkowski took a hell of a shot from safety Earl Thomas:
There’s something pleasant about sports displaying symmetry; it’s a reassurance, however misleading, that we aren’t devoting so much of our lives to a random number generator. The ending of Seahawks-Patriots looked a lot like the ending of Super Bowl XLIX: It came down to a goal-line stand, the defense held, and the…
Rob Gronkowski, a talented “Who Farted?” tank top drafted in the second round, broke Stanley Morgan’s Patriots record for total touchdowns after he scored his 69th TD today against the Buffalo Bills. After the game, Gronk recognized his mom and her encouraging message to him on Saturday.
Rob Gronkowski, a carefree semi truck that just happens to play football, scored his 68th career touchdown in the Patriots’ win over the Steelers today. The tight end is now tied with Stanley Morgan for the franchise record in total touchdowns. After the game, Gronk impressed reporters by correctly saying the number…
Rob Gronkowski is on the cover of Madden 17, and he currently isn’t playing football. Those two circumstances mean that he’s up for practically any media coverage. Gronk’s also the GQ cover story for June; Devin Friedman followed him around to see if the walking direct-to-DVD American Pie sequel would say anything…
Solid evidence has surfaced online that the Oakland Raiders have staffers who evaluate talent, and moreover, that they sometimes know what they’re talking about. A post up on Imgur this weekend purports (credibly, it seems) to have the Raiders’ pre-draft evaluations from 2010. It’s not a huge gallery of photos the OP…
ESPN The Magazine’s Sam Alipour published a story about athletes using online dating today, and though the trend piece seems six months too late, the timeliness can be forgiven because of the anecdotes within. Athletes are just like us, in that they’re looking for people to hump.