Rob Gronkowski named to NFL's 100 All-Time team

Ryan Hannable
December 14, 2019 - 9:34 am

Over the past few weeks, the NFL has revealed its 100 All-Time team, with Bill Belichick being part of the series on NFL Network.

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On Friday, the tight ends and offensive linemen were named and two former Patriots made the cut: Rob Gronkowski and John Hannah.

Gronkowski's 17 touchdown receptions in 2011 are the most ever by a tight end in a single season. He also has the most receiving touchdowns (12) by a tight end in playoff history, and he also has the most touchdown receptions (79) in Patriots history. 

He spent his entire nine-year career with the Patriots.

Meanwhile Hannah, was a seven-time First-Team All-Pro and a nine-time Pro Bowler. He's considered one of the greatest lineman ever to play the game. He also was with the Patriots for his entire career, which spanned from 1973-85.

Belichick also told a new story regarding Gronkowski's pre-draft visit.

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