Rob Gronkowski took time off from scoring and celebrating Sunday night to erase a human being from the field.
The New England tight end notched a monstrous block during his dominant Week 11 performance against the Indianapolis Colts, grabbing cornerback Sergio Brown and driving him far, far away from the play.
Brown landed in a heap somewhere near Carmel, Indiana, resulting in a personal foul for Gronkowski and the Patriots.
Gronk did not care about the flag then, and he does not care now. He says he was just taking care of the riffraff.
"He was yappin' at me the whole time," Gronkowski told NBCSN, per CSNNE.com's Phil Perry. "So I took him and threw him out of the club."
It must be noted that Gronkowski appears to have learned his bouncing technique from the late, great James Avery.
It's also worth noting that Brown and Gronkowski have a bit of history together. They were teammates during Brown's two-year stint with the Patriots (2010-2011), and the cornerback was responsible for breaking Gronkowski's arm in 2012 on an extra-point attempt.
So these two weren't exactly exchanging Christmas cards before Sunday, and Brown probably won't be allowed back in the Double Deuce for the foreseeable future.
Brown is just lucky Gronkowski didn't go for the throat rip.
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