Website offers to pay Gronk's salary for adult film appearance
An adult website offered to pay Rob Gronkowski's 2014 base salary in exchange for Gronk appearing in an adult film.
So ... let's see if I can do this without getting in trouble with either my bosses or my wife: a website (which I won't link here because it's about as NSFW as they come) has offered to pay Rob Gronkowski's 2014 base salary if he'll appear in an adult film with adult-film actress Bibi Jones.
Jones, who recently came out of retirement, is the lady that a shirtless Gronk was seen posing with on Twitter. (Gronk later apologized for posting the pics.)
"There is no question that Rob Gronkowski has what it takes to make an excellent male performer in today's adult industry," the website said in a release. "He has proven both on and off the field that he has the body and the attitude to be a hugely popular male adult star."
In exchange for appearing in the adult film, the website said it "is prepared to match Gronkowski's 2014 base salary of $3.75 million if he agrees to perform with Jones" in a web-only adult-film scene.
The problem is that the website has to clear it with Jones' company (Digital Playground) and Gronk's company (the Patriots). Even if the former would approve, it's hard to imagine the latter would.
And it's probably a good idea if New England goes ahead and lets Gronk know that they don't approve. Summer of Gronk Part Deux isn't even close to upon us -- it's only February! -- and already we've seen the talented tight end dance shirtless and dish out a $100 bill in exchange for a cup of lemonade.
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