Gronk Didn’t Get a Super Bowl Burrito

The Late Late Show with James Corden published this video item, entitled “Gronk Didn’t Get a Super Bowl Burrito” – below is their description.

James Corden connects with 4-time Super Bowl champion Rob Gronkowski. James asks Rob about the experience of coming out of retirement to throw himself into a season that ended with a two-touchdown performance on the biggest stage. And Rob admits the night wasn’t perfect: he didn’t have a big meal after to wash down his victory.

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