Tom Brady might be having the best offseason ever, but Rob Gronkowski isn't far behind.
The Patriots tight end appeared on Wednesday night's season premiere of "The Jim Rome Show" to talk about everything from crunchy versus creamy peanut butter to his ideal woman. For the record, he goes creamy for a PB&J sandwich but crunchy for protein shakes.
On the topic of his love life, Gronk recently declared himself single, but revealed his celebrity crush while on the show.
Playing off Gronk's childhood love for "Baywatch" babe Pamela Anderson, Jim asked, "If you were drowning right now, what female celebrity in a red bathing suit would you want to rescue you?"
Without hesitation, Gronk named Margot Robbie, the Australian actress best known for her role in "The Wolf of Wall Street."
But would Margot meet all of Gronk's requirements?
He went on to describe his dream girl as one who "cleans, cooks, makes big cash, stays at home, let's me do whatever I want."
And apparently, one of the things "Bobby G" wants to do is work out with his buddies, as demonstrated in his latest Facebook post.
We all know that Gronk also loves to spike things. Just the other day, he shared this funny video showing him destroying melons, guitars and even a Lionel Ritchie album. It's all for a good cause, though, since he's encouraging fans to enter his raffle in support of the Gronk Nation Youth Foundation.
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