On Wednesday, the New England Patriots released a short mock-umentary about the Patriots getting set to be acknowledged at Fenway Park when Gronk made a decision to use the Lombardi Trophy as a baseball bat.
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In a video posted on Twitter by the team, Gronk's former teammate Julian Edelman was seen lining up for a pitch while he appeared to hold the Lombardi trophy like a baseball bat.
Tom Brady surely has seen it all from Gronkowski over the course of their nine seasons together, but even he was a little taken aback by the five-time Pro Bowler's latest stunt.
Patriots players seem to agree that it's only fitting that if someone was going to damage the team's sixth Super Bowl trophy, why not Gronk?