Rob Gronkowski got hit in the head by beer can during Super Bowl parade




Against Mayor Marty Walsh’s wants, just a few of the 1.5 million parade-goers decided to chuck beer cans at the Patriots during their victory jaunt by technique of Boston Tuesday.

With the Lombardi Trophy in tow, tight end Rob Gronkowski revealed to host Jimmy Fallon on “The Tonight Show” Wednesday night time time that he suffered a small decrease near his left eye because of people saved throwing beer, amongst totally different points, at his duck boat.

“Everybody in the duck boat was juking them,” Gronkowski talked about. “We’re getting good practice for next season. Next thing you know, I move back a little, and I’m just chilling, looking, and then, ‘Pop!’ You see that? [points to cut] Full beer can right to the face. I was bleeding all over the parade on the duck boat. Then, my dad, he’s blocking all the next shots. You can see him he’s karate-kicking a beer flying at me.”

Fans have been seemingly hoping to recreate a second from the Super Bowl LI parade, in which Gronkowski caught — and spiked — quite a lot of Bud Lights. After the Red Sox’ World Series parade in October, nonetheless, Walsh had prompt followers to not throw beer cans at the avid gamers due to its hazardous potential.

Gronkowski, who actually postponed his look on Fallon’s current from Monday to Wednesday due to lingering ache from Sunday’s recreation, was moreover requested about his clutch fourth-quarter catch, his friendships with quarterback Tom Brady and large receiver Julian Edelman, and Brady’s daughter’s cute nickname for him.

As for whether or not or not Super Bowl LIII was his closing recreation? The three-time champion as quickly as as soon as extra stayed mum on his plans for the future.

“Right after the season, you can’t make a decision,” he talked about. “It’s so emotional, a big win like that. You got to settle down, you got to see how your body responds.”




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