Rob Gronkowski Takes Cheap Shot On Bills' Tre'Davious White

Doug Mendoza
December 4, 2017

Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski will likely be hearing from the league office this week after this play against the Buffalo Bills.

White was laying on the ground after intercepting Tom Brady late in Sunday's game when Gronkowski, the intended receiver on the play, slammed his shoulder into the back of White's neck after the whistle had blown.

White would be walked to the locker room to be evaluated for a head injury after the hit.

White, who was turned away and didn't see it coming, was clearly shaken up and possibly is concussed.

According to Mark Daniels of the Providence Journal, Gronkowski apologized after the contest for his actions but granted he was "frustrated by the lack of calls he gets and the calls he's called for".

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"I'm not in the business of that", he said. "It was a lot of frustration", Gronkowski said. "But, just through the frustration process, game of football emotions, just what happened".

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As to what he can do to combat what he feels is unfair treatment from the officials, Gronkowski said, "I don't know". I don't really believe in type shots like that.

"No, I understand. It was bulls***". I mean, it's like, crazy.

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