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Tuesday afternoon, Rob Gronkowski appeared on ESPN’s “NFL Live” for a relatively low-key interview about his time off and the upcoming football season. But don’t let the subdued version of happy-go-lucky Gronk fool you; his visit to ESPN wasn’t without some fun and games.
Before going on "NFL Live," Gronk was a special guest on “SportsNation,” where he showed off his impressive repertoire of dance moves during the so-called Celebration Showdown. He faced off against host and former NFL defensive end Marcellus Wiley as the two tried to imitate some of the most memorable player celebrations from the past season.
Not only was Gronk declared the winner, but his moves also got the stamp of approval from teammates Julian Edelman and Chandler Jones.
As if Gronk’s dancing weren’t enough fun for one afternoon, he also played a game of Giant Flip Cup, made a PSA for cliff-jumper Tom Brady and poked fun at himself in an interview about his favorite things.
Gronk's list of offseason appearances is getting longer by the day. Where do you think he'll show up next?
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