Rob Gronkowski Unhappy With Attack On Patriots' Mascot

Rob Gronkowski during Super Bowl LIII Opening Night. (Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

BOSTON (WBZ-AM) — By now, you know about Jets safety Jamal Adams leveling the Patriots' mascot during a Pro Bowl workout last week, as well as Adams' lack of regret.

Jets Player Tackles Patriots Mascot, Says He Doesn't Regret It
Jets Player Tackles Patriots Mascot, Says He Doesn't Regret It
The mascot for the New England Patriots got body slammed by a New York Jets player and reportedly sought medical attention but was not hospitalized.

Well, Pats tight end Rob Gronkowski saw the hit, too, and said he wasn't a fan of a hit that reportedly left the person inside the costume with jaw, neck, and back soreness, and possibly a concussion. 

"We're gonna have to figure a way out to get some revenge, I mean that was not nice what he did," Gronk said. "I heard the guy got seriously hurt ... he's a competitor. Jamal Adams is a competitor, I tell you that."

Gronkowski won't have a chance to exact revenge himself if he retires after the season. But, if he comes back next year, watch out Adams.

WBZ NewsRadio's Adam Kaufman ( @AdamMKaufman ) reports

 

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