There's rarely a dull moment in the Life of Gronk.
White House press secretary Sean Spicer's media gathering today featured an unexpected visitor, as New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski poked his head in for a quick comment.
The initial look on Spicer's face is priceless, but the government official handled the intruder with aplomb, although he did not accept Gronkowski's offer for help.
— CNN (@CNN) April 19, 2017
Gronkowski and the Super Bowl-winning Patriots are visiting the White House today as a perk for winning the National Football League title. The star tight end, who missed the final eight games of the 2017 season - plus the playoffs - due to injury, spent a large chunk of his childhood in the Buffalo area, attending high school at Williamsville North.
Here's a look back at when Gronkowski decided to leave the area for prep school: