Soon Rob Gronkowski fans may get to see the New England Patriots TE more than just on Sundays. The 23-year old, who danced on stage with LMFAO after his team lost the Super Bowl, is in talks to get his own reality show. ESPN sports business insider Darren Rovell tweeted, “William Morris Endeavor (talent agency) is working with Rob Gronkowski & his family to develop a TV show, a book & speaking engagements.”
Gronkowski is one of four brothers, all who play football. Two brothers also play in the NFL on the Cleveland Browns and Denver Broncos, while the youngest brother plays for Kansas State.
A reality series would just be one of the many accomplishment in what sports fans are calling “The Summer of Gronk.” In June, Gronkowski signed a 6-year extension with the Patriots worth $54 million and appeared on the cover of ESPN Magazine “The Body Issue.”
Known to stay out of the spotlight, the Patriots have asked Gronkowski to diminish the publicity, though it is unclear where a reality show fits in.