Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski got insult to injury added during the Patriots 41-33 Super Bowl LII loss to the Eagles, as his house was robbed while the future Hall of Famer was in Minneapolis losing a close game to Philadelphia.
According to Foxborough Police Chief William D. Baker, who spoke to the Boston Globe about the robbery, Gronk got hit with a “double whammy,” as his house was robbed while he was at the Super Bowl.
“I don’t know if you ever been the victim of a break-in, but when you are robbed and there is an intrusion into your personal space, it’s unpleasant whether you are Rob Gronkowski or Bill Baker,” the chief said. “For him it’s a double whammy coming off the loss.”
Chief Baker declined to get into specifics on what was robbed from Gronk’s home.