Rob Gronkowski truly is the gift that keeps on giving.
The New England Patriots tight end is having a decent offseason partying, living it up on the ultimate bros weekend and partying some more, but he also found some time in between all the frivolity to get into the charitable spirit.
Gronk recently tweeted that he’d give away some of his old cleats and sneakers to one of his lucky followers. [tweet https://twitter.com/RobGronkowski/status/596403872496746496 align=’center’] [tweet https://twitter.com/RobGronkowski/status/596404093037498369 align=’center’]
As fate would have it, a high school football player from Massachusetts — who’s also a tight end and rocks No. 87, too — responded to the offer to quite literally fill Gronk’s shoes. [tweet https://twitter.com/RileyHeld/status/596408575968313344 align=’center’] [tweet https://twitter.com/RileyHeld/status/596406690263760896 align=’center’]
It was a match made in bro heaven, and Gronk wasted no time shipping out the goods to his fellow No. 87.
It’s a nice story, but we haven’t even gotten to the best part yet. Gronk added a nice little life motto on the shoes, and it’s one he clearly lives by. It’s just four words, but those four words are beautiful and bro-y. [tweet https://twitter.com/RileyHeld/status/597200204522196993 align=’center’]
Gronk life advice continues to be the best advice.
Thumbnail photo via Stew Milne/USA TODAY Sports Images