Rob Gronkowski held his 7th annual Citi, Pro Camp for kids. Helping the Boston food bank along with the kids who all brought food for a great cause.
Gronk was his usual happy self on the first day of his camp this year. The future HOF TE was running around playing quarterback, catching passes and teaching kids the importance of teamwork. He’s a great role model and it showed all day.
Everyone Including 800 Children had the same question for Gronk
The Patriots could surely use his services on the football field, but for now he is enjoying retirement. Rob is helping out in the community like he’s always done in the past.
This year the whole Gronkowski gang was out participating and having a blast. The event along with the kids brought in over 6,500 food items for the Greater Boston Food Bank.
Over 6500 items of food for the Greater a Boston Food Bank. (Mike Quilty)
- Gronk taking a bow
The greatest TE I’ve ever seen is just as clutch when it comes to the community as his catches were this postseason and Super Bowl.
Gronkowski could potentially come back to the Patriots at some point this upcoming season. The decision will probably be unexpected and a surprise.
The TE had one amazing surprise for two of the Pro Camp participants, what a class act.
Gronkowski always knows how to make someone smile, whether he’s off the field continuing his charities, or suiting up for the Patriots at some point in 2019.
The decision to retire is respected by everyone, but some of his ex teammates said they know he can still play and wouldn’t be surprised by a return. Gronk is going to be Gronk whatever he decides to do, he’s a Champion on and off the field.
Thank you to the Gronkowski’s, Rob in particular and everyone involved in a winning Saturday.
The end of a great day
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