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Hollywood Waiting for Rob Gronkowski Once He Retires From NFL

New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski has plenty of options when he walks away from the NFL. Like follow the advice of Sylvester Stallone and The Rock, for instance.

According to the report, the two action stars have been talking to The Gronk and advised him to try out a career in action movies, and make millions in the process.

The rumors around the league are alleging that the 28-year-old is already looking at retiring because of all the injuries and physicality of the game have taken a toll on his body.

This year, he will make $8 million, from the $10.75 million last season which already included incentives after being named to the All-Pro after 69 receptions for 1,084 yards and eight touchdowns.

Gronkowski is not exactly new to the limelight as he appeared on several commercials like Tide or Dunkin’ Donuts. He also played officer Weadon in the 2017 film “You Can’t Have It” where he was given one line and a spot in the poster. In the 2015 movie “Entourage,” he also had a role playing himself, as well as a role as Party Guy Jake in the 2017 movie, “Deported.”

Earlier, it was reported that The Gronk is also eyeing a career in the WWE after retirement from the NFL. The Patriots tight end is a self-confessed wrestling nut and considers NXT superstar Mojo Rawley as a close friend.

If indeed Grokownski will walk away from the game, he can just sit back and relax as he’s reportedly worth over $150 million due to wise money management.

In his autobiography, “It’s Good to be Gronk,” he revealed that he haven’t touched any of the signing bonus of the millions he earned from the NFL contract. “I live off my marketing money and haven’t blown it on any big-money expensive cars, expensive jewelry or tattoos and still wear my favorite pair of jeans from high school,” he said.