Rob Gronkowski didn’t leave the New England Patriots parade unscathed. The tight end revealed he got drilled in the face with a beer can on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.
We all know that New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski loves to party. Gronk got to show off his skills at the Super Bowl parade on Tuesday, but it looks like the tight didn’t leave the event unscathed.
Gronk got his turn in the spotlight and revealed that the parade was a painful event for him.
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"“Everybody in the duck boat was juking them,” Gronkowski said. “We’re getting good practice for next season. Next thing you know, I move back a little, and I’m just chilling, looking, and then, ‘Pop!’ You see that? [points to cut] Full beer can right to the face. I was bleeding all over the parade on the duck boat. Then, my dad, he’s blocking all the next shots. You can see him he’s karate-kicking a beer flying at me.”"
I think we can all agree there needs to be a manhunt for the beer thrower. Rob Gronkowski is already injury prone we don’t need Patriots fans adding to the injury report.
This very well could have been Rob Gronkowski’s last parade as a Patriot and I don’t know a better way to go out. He won his 3rd Super Bowl and played a major role in securing the win with key catches late in the 4th quarter of the game.
Injuries have taken a major toll on Rob Gronkowski’s career. He has to start focusing on his life after football. You don’t want to be a 40 year old who can barely walk.
Gronkowski has nothing left to prove. He is without a doubt the greatest tight end in the history of the game. With his strength and athleticism he completely changed the position. If Gronkowski was to retire he would end his career with 521 catches for 7,861 yards and 79 touchdowns.