Patriots’ Rob Gronkowski cancels Las Vegas trip


Is Rob Gronkowski being told to curb his enthusiasm, again? Last winter, after the hard-partying Patriots tight end was seen wrestling in Las Vegas — with a broken forearm — many believe he was told by team officials to calm down. (A few weeks after that, Gronk was pulled out as red carpet Oscar correspondent for the “Rich Eisen Podcast.”) Well, last week we noticed that an entity called JumpSeat was offering fans a chance to fly to Las Vegas with Gronkowski in a private jet — for a mere $40,000. (Presumably, what happens on the plane to Vegas stays on the plane to Vegas.) But just as we were getting excited about the prospect of hitting the mile-high minibar with Gronk, the company pulled the plug. “Hey Folks,” tweeted @Jump
. “Sorry ’bout the disappointment, but the Gronk trip is not happening. He is staying home relaxing.”

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