Cops Look Into Break-In At Patriots Player Rob Gronkowski's Home

Posted February 08, 2018

"This is Rob Gronkowski calling and while I was gone, my whole house got robbed", Gronkowski said, according to a transcript of a portion of the 911 call published by WCVB.

After suffering a loss at the Super Bowl in Minneapolis, New England Patriots' star Rob Gronkowski came home Monday night to more bad news.

The Foxborough Police Department said on Tuesday morning that Gronkowski, 28, called at 6:18pm on Monday to report that a burglary had occurred at his $1 million home.

The Boston Globe reported that multiple safes, and possibly guns, had been stolen from Gronkowski's home, citing a recording of a police dispatcher.

Former Arizona Wildcat Rob Gronkowski will not commit to playing next season following the Eagles' upset win over the Patriots in Super Bowl LII.

Foxborough police says it will not be providing much else to the press. Pats tight end Rob Gronkowski's home was broken into with several items seized and police are investigating the theft. New England fell to Philadelphia, 41-33, on Sunday night. Two Foxboro police officers responded to the scene where the homeowner told them when he returned home from a trip he discovered the home had been burglarized and items missing.

No other burglaries were reported in the neighborhood, according to Baker. "It's an investigative advantage for us to know that as well and not share that with the public".

Gronkowski returned to action in the Super Bowl after getting knocked out of the AFC Championship Game on January 21 due to a concussion.

Brady looked fine while wearing a bandage on his right hand against the Jacksonville Jaguars in the AFC Championship, completing 26 of his 38 passes for 290 yards and two touchdowns. "I'm just gonna sit down, reflect on the season, talk to my teammates".