Rob Gronkowski says Patriots need to find way to get revenge on Jets S Jamal Adams for hit on Pat Patriot

Ryan Hannable
January 29, 2019 - 12:31 am

ATLANTA --By now, everyone knows about Jets safety Jamal Adams attacking the Patriots mascot at the Pro Bowl last week.

The mascot is still reportedly very sore from what happened, and Rob Gronkowski was asked about the incident Monday at Super Bowl Opening Night.

“I saw that. It wasn’t very nice," he said to reporters.

So, will the Patriots try and get revenge in some way?

“That is a tough question," Gronkowski said. "We’re going to have to figure a way out to get the revenge. I mean, that was not nice what he did. I heard the guy got seriously hurt.”

Pat Patriot is still expected to be at the Super Bowl this coming Sunday.

Adams typically draws Gronkowski in coverage when the Patriots take on the Jets, but the Patriots tight end may never play against Adams again, as it seems like a high probability he will retire following Super Bowl LIII.

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