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In the 2010 NFL Draft, the New England Patriots NFL team selected Rob Gronkowski, a 6"6 Tight End with the 42nd overall selection. He became an instant threat, nicknamed 'Gronk'. In his first NFL season, he received 42 passes for 546 yards and 10 touchdowns. This was improved upon the next year, with an NFL record for the Tight End position 1,327 receiving yards, and in doing so also broke the touchdown record for Tight Ends with 18, including one rushing touchdown. Because of his outstanding skill, size, almost being uncoverable and his sheer playmaking ability, defensive players that attempted to cover him were deemed as being 'Gronk'd'. This could be said as 'he got Gronk'd', or 'they'd get Gronk'd' or even 'they got Gronk'd on'. In the video game Madden NFL 12 , there is an achievement dubbed 'The Rob Gronkowski Award', in which the player must catch three touchdowns with a Tight End in a single game.
Tide Pod Challenge
In January of 2018, the Tide Pod Challenge raged on the internet and Proctor & Gamble hired Rob Gronkowski to make a video advising kids to not eat or even joke about eating Tide Pods warned them about using the detergent packets for anything other than making laundry.
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