Rob Gronkowski is at it again. Dancing, partying, doing wrestling moves on his brother with a broken arm.
Just Gronk being Gronk.
Gary Tanguay is joined by Dan Shaughnessy of the Boston Globe and Fred Toucher of 98.5 to discuss Gronk's latest off-field moment.
"I do think - and I hate to say it because I seem like a pesky worry wart, but I do think that if you have a broken arm, and you broke it twice this season, frolicking around with your brothers and throwing weight on it probably isn't the best," Toucher said.
Shaughnessy doesn't see how it gets any better anytime soon.
"I don't see any hope for reigning this in," he said. "I don't know who could get to him. Teammates? Maybe Bill Belichick, but Bob Kraft is already on record saying that he wants to be Gronk in his next life. This is going to be great until it's not great."
Tanguay makes the point that Gronk is under contract with New England which means, in a way, they own him. There are things in that contract that specifically say what Gronk can and cannot do (probably should add no dancing shirtless and tackling people on stage), and there are repercussions if not followed.
But after all, it is Gronk - and well, everybody loves him.
"This reminds me of Manny Ramirez," Shaughnessy said. "His talent is so much, so great. He is beloved no matter what he does. He can basically do anything and the fans love the guy. Again, anything short of quitting, which is when the fans turned on Manny."