VIDEO: Remembering When Rob Gronkowski Impersonated Bill Belichick During a Press Conference

Zach Brunner
Remembering when Rob Gronkowski impersonated Bill Belichick at a press conference (Emerson Lotzia Jr./YouTube).
Remembering when Rob Gronkowski impersonated Bill Belichick at a press conference (Emerson Lotzia Jr./YouTube). /
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Rob Gronkowski is known for two incredible things — being one of the greatest tight ends in NFL history and being a jokester. The latter is the reason why essentially everyone is a fan of Gronk.

The now-Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end has had his fair share of iconic moments in front of the media, but one of the most memorable is when he impersonated Bill Belichick.

Belichick is known to not be a big fan of the media, giving off his iconic grumpy image and non-answers. Back when the New England Patriots signed former star Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison, Belichick did not want to address it with the media, which was not surprising.

Later in the week, it was Gronk's turn to be questioned, and he decided to take a page out of his coach's playbook with this impersonation.

While it was definitely funny, the grumpy persona with a lack of words does not really fit the party animal that is Gronk. He is the embodiment of fun, and having him be in the spotlight for so many years has been great for the NFL.


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