By Jaclyn Hendricks
Ask, and in Rob Gronkowski’s case, you shall receive.
Before the Buccaneers tight end bagged $1 million in bonuses during Sunday’s game against the Panthers, he told longtime friend and teammate, quarterback Tom Brady, he needed one more catch to unlock the jackpot.
"If I don’t get the seventh catch, I have to go get a real job." 😂
— NFL (@NFL) January 11, 2022
“Tom! Good pass, dog,” Gronkowski said to Brady, who replied, “Thanks, baby. I had to get you.”
Gronkowski needed 55 receptions and 750 receiving yards this season to receive $500,000 per incentive, according to Spotrac. He missed out on an additional $500,000, however, only scoring six touchdowns this season instead of the nine needed.
Following the game, in which the Buccaneers wrapped the regular season at 13-4, Gronkowski joked about taking his teammates to dinner, sans Brady. The 44-year-old quarterback responded to Gronkowski’s snub Monday on his SiriusXM podcast, “Let’s Go!”
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