Gronk Gives Sick Teen Super Bowl Tickets


Rob Gronkowski may be retired, but he apparently still has some pull with the NFL. The former Patriot has made a Massachusetts teen's dream come true by giving him tickets to this year's Super Bowl.

Gronk's act of kindness played out on live TV during his appearance on Fox's New Year's Eve special. Aiden Clark, 17, was ontage in Time's Square, talking with host Steve Harvey about a nervous system disorder he's battled since he was 6 years old. When the conversation turned to Clark's dream of going to the biggest game of the year, Gronkowski walked onto the stage, saying, "What's up?" A stunned Clark hugged the former tight end, who then gave him some autographed Patriots merchandise. But then came the big gift: tickets to Super Bowl LIV, which will be held February 4th in Miami.

Although he's no longer a player, Gronk will also be in Miami for the game -- he's set to host a "Gronk Beach" party that weekend.

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