Rob Gronkowski Mocks Tom Brady's Private Parts During Andy Cohen Interview

Former New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski surprised NFL fans when he appeared on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen and said that he was not "totally done" playing football. This led to a Tuesday afternoon trade that reunited him with quarterback Tom Brady, but the comment was not the only reason why he stunned fans. Gronkowski also threw shade at Brady's private parts during an odd interaction.

Speaking with the animated "Shady Joint" in celebration of 4/20, Gronkowski was asked about the time that Brady called his private parts "amazing" on Howard Stern's radio show. He was then asked to "describe Tom Brady's hang down." The tight end responded by saying that this was probably the "greatest compliment" that Brady has ever paid him before making a comparison.

"No, not as nice as mine," Gronk said about his teammate's private parts. "I mean, the guy didn't flock it as much as I did, so maybe I got a sneak peek, you know. You gotta always take a sneak peek."

Gronkowski developed a reputation for showing all parts of his body following Patriots games. Brady said that his teammate would not cover himself while walking around. It didn't matter if there were outsiders standing around and asking questions. Gronkowski just continued to show himself.

"Literally [he would] throw his towel over his shoulder and just walk through the locker room with all the reporters," Brady told Stern during the April 8 interview. "He didn't give a s—. He strut through." He also proclaimed that Gronkowski's private parts were amazing "as you would expect" them to be.


With the Tuesday afternoon trade taking place, Gronkowski will now once again be able to showcase his private parts, albeit in a different locker room. He and Brady will once again be teammates, but they will be trying to lead the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to Super Bowl LV. Interestingly enough, the Big Game is scheduled to be played at Raymond James Stadium, the home of the Buccaneers.

No team has ever hosted the Super Bowl in their home stadium. The Minnesota Vikings came close during the 2017 season but lost to the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC Championship. If Brady and Gronkowski recapture the old magic from their Super Bowl seasons in New England, they could make NFL history by leading their new team to the playoffs and securing a spot in Super Bowl LV. Although it's very likely that the two players would be frequently asked about each other's private parts during opening media night.