It’s Real Good to Be Gronk

Boston’s favorite human golden retriever delves into literature.

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Illustration by Nigel Buchanan

Beloved tight end and twerker Rob Gronkowski is exploring his talents this month in a new arena: the literary arts. Gronk has penned an autobiography, and on July 14, his soulful words will be revealed for the world to read and attempt to decipher (see: @RobGronkowski).

While it clearly won’t be anything like A Gronking to Remember, It’s Good to Be Gronk promises an intimate look at Gronkowski’s life, which likely means we’ll see personal testimonies on working out, party bus-ing, and eating a lot. The best part? Derek Jeter’s publishing house (Objection! Outrage!) is releasing the book.

Gronk says he’ll write of making “big money to score touchdowns.” Literally? Figuratively? The deciphering begins.


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