Felger: Someone has to say something to Gronk


Felger: Someone has to say something to Gronk

Rob Gronkowski likes to dance this much we know.

He showcased some moves after the Patriots lost to the Giants in last year's Super Bowl, so you know all bets are off when they're not even playing in it.

Gronkowski was filmed in Las Vegas - shirtless, obviously - getting a little rowdy on the dance floor, and went so far as to give one of his buddies a DDT (wrestling move).

Let's not forget that Gronkowski had surgery on his broken arm, which still sported a cast over it during the dance.

Mike Felger and Lou Merloni discuss Gronk's latest off-the-field antics.

"When I saw this one today, I said, 'You know what, someone on the Patriots has to say something.'" Felger said. "And I don't know if comes from Belichick or Brady. Maybe this is a bigger-picture topic with the Patriots. Do they have that guy? They used to. Willie McGinest used to grab guys around the neck all the time like 'Get a grip.' It's come that time for Rob Gronkowski."

Former Jet botches J-E-T-S spelling during pick


Former Jet botches J-E-T-S spelling during pick

FOXBORO -- The NFL had former and current players announce picks during the second and third rounds of the NFL draft Friday night. Some went better than others. 

Perhaps not surprisingly, the Jets were one of the teams that exerienced less-than-smooth sailing. Former Jets fullback Tony Richardson, who was announcing the team's selection at No. 79 overall, attempted the team's "J-E-T-S Jets, Jets, Jets" cheer, but whiffed on the spelling. 

"With the 79th pick in the 2017 NFL draft," Richardson said, "the New York J-E-T-E Jets select ArDarius Stewart, receiver, Alabama."

New Pats tackle criticized Solder during Super Bowl

New Pats tackle criticized Solder during Super Bowl

FOXBORO -- The NFL draft has gotten worse since Roger Goodell came in and moved it to prime time. Between the timing, the extra day and it being outside for some reason, it's not what it used to be. 

Here's one interesting (though silly) wrinkle that has been introduced of late, and it applies to all drafts: Whenever someone is drafted, somebody finds an old tweet of theirs and retweets it. Nothing will beat Charlie McAvoy's "I hate the Bruins so much" tweet. 

For new Patriots offensive tackle Antonio Garcia, it was a tweet sent out during Super Bowl LI in which a compliment for then Falcons defensive end Dwight Freeney ended up being a criticism of the man Garcia could one day replace. 

The tweet doesn't seem malicious at all, but it's hard to imagine Garcia thought while watching the Super Bowl that he'd end up playing with the guy.