In the wake of scratching Patriots’ Lombardi Trophy, Rob Gronkowski presently can’t seem to see this one

When Sunday’s down finished, the Patriots’ true twitter account complimented “the greatest of all time.”

That, obviously, was intended for Tom Brady. The Patriots followed that with a notice: “And Gronk, be careful with that trophy.”

Loot Gronkowski marked the Patriots’ latest Lombardi Trophy by utilizing it as a homerun stick during a festival at Fenway Park after the group’s Super Bowl LIII triumph over the Rams.

The Patriots didn’t have the prize fixed.

Possibly that clarifies why Gronkowski presently can’t seem to contact the Super Bowl LV Lombardi Trophy won by the Buccaneers.

“That was dangerous how I dented that trophy, but I always blame that on Julian Edelman. He threw me the pitch,” Gronkowski said.

“I haven’t even touched the Lombardi Trophy. I’m not sure if it’s for a reason, if the Buccaneers organization is trying to keep it away from it, but it would be pretty cool just to even see it. I just saw it from about 30 yards away yesterday, but I have not touched it yet. Hopefully, I get to soon.”

Gronkowski, who got six passes for 67 yards and two scores, evidently will treat this Lombardi Trophy with all the respect it merits.

“I’m going to give it a big kiss,” Gronkowski said.

“I’ve got to pay my respects to it. Give it a big hug. Give it a kiss. Hold it up in the air. Then, I just go with the flow. I just never know what’s going to happen. I really don’t try to plan anything. I just go with the flow and whatever happens happens. I just like being in that moment and thinking of things on the spot.”

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