Rob Gronkowski announced his retirement NFL official after 11 seasons and 4 championships SuperBowl.Rob Gronkowski is one of the biggest names in t
Rob Gronkowski net worth: retired NFL player’s fortune and salary
Rob Gronkowski announced his retirement NFL official after 11 seasons and 4 championships SuperBowl.
Rob Gronkowski is one of the biggest names in the sport today. Tight end jug for New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers on the National Football League.
Despite a hefty salary he was paid for his contributions to the Buccaneers, Gronkowski he gets most of his millions in endorsements, like many professional sports stars today.
Gronkowski’s net worth
according to Celebrity Net Worth has a net worth of 45 million US dollars.
With a salary amounting to 9 million dollarsit is seen that the bulk of his earnings are not provided by his NFL team.
The NFL tight end revealed in his 2015 book ‘It’s Good To Be Gronk’ that he has never had to spend any of his salary and instead has been able to live solely on money earned through endorsements.
“You don’t know how long you’re going to be in the league. It’s a short run here in the league,” Gronkowski once said.
“The average is three to four years, and when it’s done, it’s done. Keep it simple, handle it safely, so when it’s done you have a little base, a little base to live on.”
Companies Gronkowski has been associated with during his career include: Tide, Nike, Dunkin’ Donuts, Visa, T-Mobile, Lyft and Cheeriosamong other.
Plb sports also launched a cereal called Gronk Flakes in 2012, which was followed three years later by Gronk’s Hot Sauce.
Monster Energy also added a ‘Gronk’ flavor in 2016 to its line of energy drinks.
Rob Gronkowski’s NFL Records
As a tight end, Rob Gronkowski he definitely became the best in his position with several records to his name. In 2011, he became the first player at his position to lead the league in receiving touchdowns with 17.’gronk‘ also has the most career postseason receiving yards by a tight end with 1,389. He also has the most postseason receiving touchdowns for a tight end with 14.
Additionally, no tight end has more combined receptions (23) and receiving yards (297) than Gronkowski in Super Bowl history. In average receiving yards per game (68.3), average yards per target (9.9) and average touchdowns per game (0.69) for a tight end, Rob ranks first in all of them. Aside from his four Super Bowl rings, ‘Gronk’ left an indelible mark on the league that won’t be easily outdone.