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

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

The lovable kid that is Rob Gronkowski threw a unsafe tantrum.

The Bills player, rookie corner Tre'Davious White, may have gotten away with holding, which clearly frustrated Gronkowski, who somehow avoided an ejection for that dirty and risky play.

The late hit came after White, one of the NFL's best rookie defensive backs, intercepted a pass intended for Gronkowski. Unfortunately for the Bills, Jerry Hughes was called for a personal four for unsportsmanlike conduct after the play and the Bills lost 15 yards.

The Bills' Twitter account wasn't thrilled. The Patriots won the game 23-3 and host the Bills again December 24 at Gillette Stadium. "I'm not in the business of that", Gronkowski said. I can't tell. He is not known for that, so who knows?

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"First of all, I definitely want to apologize to No. 27 (White)".

As for any possible discipline, Belichick said this, via NBC Sports Boston's Phil Perry: "I didn't really see what happened on the whole play. But, just through the frustration process, game of football emotions, just what happened". The Bills later announced White was being evaluated for a head injury. They are calling me for the craziest, craziest stuff ever and it's just like, crazy. And then they don't call that, I mean.

Asked if he was growing frustrated over the last couple of games, he replied: "Over the past couple of seven years".

"I kind of felt like he pushed me a little bit and made the play, and I just don't understand why there wasn't a flag", Gronkowski said of the play. It was just frustration.