TMZ Posts Video of Rob Gronkowski Dancing to Avicii's 'Levels'

Tyler Conway@jtylerconwayFeatured ColumnistApril 23, 2018

El jugador de los Patriots de Nueva Inglaterra Rob Gronkowski sale del terreno tras el Super Bowl 52 de la NFKL contra los Eagles de Filadelfia el domingo, 4 de febrero del 2018, en Minneapolis, Minnesota. (AP Foto/Chris O'Meara)
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Rob Gronkowski is living his best life—whether it's the one the New England Patriots want him to be living or not.

TMZ Sports posted a video of the All-Pro tight end dancing to the late Avicii's "Levels" in a club over the weekend.

Gronkowski was going Full Gronk in some sort of dance battle with a woman, doing a toe grab, some sort of modified running man dance and even lifting up his shirt to show off his abs.

The video comes just days after Gronk publicly thumbed his nose in the direction of the Patriots at a motocross event. He told reporters his future with the Pats "depends on how my racing skills go today.”

“They’re going to see a freek-a-leek when I come back,” Gronkowski said.

No one quite knew what he meant by that—something tells me Petey Pablo did not mean dominant football player when he wrote "Freek-a-Leek"—but perhaps we got a little bit of a clue with him on the dance floor.

Bright side of the club video? It at least appeared he was drinking water. 

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