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Rob Gronkowski shadows the Patriots during Jimmy Kimmel interview (Video)

Rob Gronkowski is known for speaking his mind, and he didn’t hold back his thoughts on the New England Patriots during his appearance on The Jimmy Kimmel Show.

Rob Gronkowski of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers performed Jimmy Kimmel life and spoke about his return from retirement and his experience with players who were left in the game to receive their performance bonuses. In answering the question, Gronk attacked his former team, the New England Patriots.

Gronkowski was drafted by the Patriots in 2010 and stayed with the team for nine seasons, winning three rings. He retired from the NFL in 2019, citing multiple injuries and no desire to play football as the reason. Gronk would only be retired for 13 months before joining Tom Brady as a Buccaneer.

What was Rob Gronkowski’s catch bonus?

In the Buccaneers’ final game against the Carolina Panthers, Gronk needed seven catches to earn a $1 million signing bonus. Brady is the amazing teammate that he is and made sure Gronkowski got his money. Brady was seen aiming at Gronk throughout the game. At one point, the Buccaneers had tried to take Brady out of the game, but he said no and stayed in the game to make sure Gronkowski had his last catch.

Before his seventh catch, Gronk joked that “if he doesn’t catch his last catch, he’ll have to get a real job.

Thank goodness for Brady because fans would have missed seeing Gronk on the field.

https://fansided.com/2022/04/07/rob-gronkowski-patriots-jimmy-kimmell-interview-video/ Rob Gronkowski shadows the Patriots during Jimmy Kimmel interview (Video)

John Verrall

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