With the news that future Hall of Fame tight end and New England Patriot Rob Gronkowski is considering retirement for a career in acting, Toucher & Rich asked listeners for their #GronkMoviePlot.
According to a source in a recent Eagle Tribune article, “Gronkowski is considering retirement to pursue a career in acting.”
The story goes on to mention that Gronk “has been told by two Hollywood superstars, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Sylvester Stallone, that he could make millions of dollars in action films.”
While T&R were talking about Gronk’s future in acting, Twitter was set ablaze with some wicked awesome responses from “Gronk Nation.”
Check out some of the responses below and don’t hesitate to tweet more ideas to Toucher & Rich!
When Gronk invests his contract money in a startup party-bus venture, things go Bazooka when Goon mismanages the accounts, and the duo team up to save the company by raising money as gigolos one shirtless fiesta at a time #GronkMoviePlot— Steven Ahern (@StuJohnse) February 7, 2018
@Toucherandrich Rob Gronkowski is Fart Cop. Ostracized by the force due excessive flatulence, no one believes him about the jewel heist at Pitbull’s Art Basel performance. Co-starring Rob Schneider and Jack Black. #GronkMoviePlot— Kev Rich (@kevantrich) February 7, 2018
Caveman, found under the basement of a dance club, is unfrozen and elected mayor of a small town in Florida. He throws the biggest Spring Break party in history. Hilarity ensues.— Barnabe (@StephenBarnabe) February 7, 2018
The Gronkowski Code: Gronk tries to solve a murder with each clue relating back to the number 69 #GronkMoviePlot— Mike Kinchla (@MichaelKinchla) February 7, 2018
“Yo Soy Fiesta”-Gronk and his friends take over a Taco Bell, devour 69 tacos, and spend the night laughing at fart jokes. #GronkMoviePlot— Bruins Cup Quest 2018 (@richg6567) February 7, 2018
@Toucherandrich Gronk's first movie: The Teleporter. Gronk uses his super power of teleportation to save the LMFAO concert in Florida from terrorists. Movie ends with Gronk dancing shirtless on the stage.— Brian Johnson (@popjohnson19691) February 7, 2018
Time will tell if Gronk actually retires over this off-season, but we can only hope that sticks around for at least another year before moving from the football field to the big screen.
— By John ‘The Dude’ Hardiman, 985TheSportsHub.com