ESPN Has A New Documentary On Rob Gronkowski, And It Definitely Isn’t Boring (Video)
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is without a doubt one of the most colorful personalities in the NFL. Weather he’s hanging out with porn stars, partying like a rock star after losing the Super Bowl, or grinding up on some random chick at a karaoke fundraiser, there is just no repressing Gronk’s inner wildman.
So what made him this way?
Well, that was the exact question ESPN’s Jeremy Schaap and the producers of E:60 asked themselves. So they spent the summer following Gronk around and filming a documentary on him. They also gave him a camera so he could record footage when the crew wasn’t around, and Gronk definitely put it to use.
The end result? Sixteen very entertaining minutes. We learn about Rob’s parents, siblings, childhood, college career, and draft day. We get an inside look at the guy’s day to day life (Hint: it’s not boring). And, of course, we get to hear his take on some of the controversies he’s caused (see above).
If you have the time, it’s definitely worth a watch. Gronk even makes grocery shopping entertaining!