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Rob Gronkowski Getting a Reality Show?

Rob Gronkowski (AP Photo)

Have you had enough Gronk in your life? No?

Well you’re in luck.

Rob Gronkowski and his family are headed to the small screen.

Gronk has signed on with William Morris Endeavor, a talent agency who represents Daniel Tosh, Russel Brand and Conan O’Brien (well, at least one of the three is funny), according to Forbes.

The agency is working with Gronk and his family (he has four brothers: Dan, Gordie, Glenn and Chris) to develop a reality show, a book and various speaking engagements. The report said the family would have a prominent role in the show.

Considering the Patriots have tried to squash big personalities in the past, they may not be in favor of Gronk’s latest stunt. But, as long as he continues to perform like the best tight end in football, I guess how he acts off the field really doesn’t matter too much.

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