Gronkowski is in trouble, but not the football player.
This all stems back to Gronkowski's comments after the Super Bowl.
Trainer Jeremy Noseda said earlier Monday in an interview with RacingPost.com that Gronkowski "had a minor setback, and we will know where we are in the next 24 hours", with regard to racing at Churchill Downs on May 5.
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Last week, Rob Gronkowski purchased an ownership stake in Gronkowski the horse. He's already mentioned that he'll play as long as Tom Brady is here and reportedly already has plans to join Julian Edelman for a passing camp with the veteran quarterback.
When asked about possible retirement, Gronkowski had this to say. "I'm working hard. I'm riding these bikes - once you teach me - and drinking Monster Energy so you can get wild and do insane stuff that people don't like when I do it but I'll just do it". "I can ride that bike like no other and my speed is up there".
This Monster Energy Drink thing that Rob Gronkowski pulled this past weekend may have been the final straw for Bill Belichick and the Patriots. "We used to make jumps in our backyard, my brothers and I. My mom would be flipping out. but we'd be doing it because that's what we'd do", Gronkowski said. Missing organized team activities to go dirt bike riding. (He has said he never touches the money he receives from the six-year, $54 million contract he signed in 2012, instead living off his endorsements.) But here's hoping he was aware of the risks involved. I'm just here today in the present.
At this point, Gronk the horse was just named after the Patriots player.