Dallas Cowboys Rumors: Rob Gronkowski Accuses Team Of Stealing 'Do Your Job' Slogan [PHOTO, VIDEO]
First there was Spygate. Then there was Deflategate. Now, there's Do Your Job Gate.
The latest "scandal" in the NFL has the Patriots actually playing victim for once. Tight end Rob Gronkowski has accused the Cowboys of stealing the team's "Do Your Job" mantra.
The Patriots used that slogan heading into Super Bowl XLIX, where they defeated the Seahawks, 28-24, in a thrilling contest.
When a tweet emerged showing that the Cowboys have taken the mantra and made it their own by posting it in their training camp locker room, Gronkowski sounded off on Twitter:
— Rob Gronkowski (@RobGronkowski) August 24, 2016
Interestingly enough, the slogan was used by the Patriots in the same year they defeated the Colts in that all too controversial AFC Championship Game against the Colts.
That is of course the very game where the Deflategate scandal began and ultimately led to Tom Brady reluctantly accepting a four-game suspension to start this upcoming season due to his role in the scandal.
Gronkowski has had a whirlwind of an offseason, but it seems he's all business now. The four-time Pro Bowler will look to expand on a 2015 season where he hauled in 72 receptions for 1,176 yards with 11 touchdowns as the Patriots won the AFC East for the seventh straight year.
His personal life is also flourishing as Gronkowski has been seen with a plethora of beauties this offseason.
Earlier this summer, he proved he really has a type when he was spotted leaving a Los Angeles nightclub with a gorgeous blonde and prior to that, he boarded a private jet to Miami flanked by beautiful models en route to Ultra Fest. H
e was also seen on Snapchat hanging out with breathtaking Instagram model Rachel Bush.
Gronkowski also appeared on the June issue of GQ alongside beautiful model Hailey Clauson, another blonde, who was another rumored flame of his and is flashed by him in one of the magazine's pictures.
Lately, it appears he has rekindled his romance with former Patriots cheerleader Camille Kostek.
The Patriots' go back to "doing their jobs" when they head to Arizona to play the Cardinals on "Sunday Night Football" on Sept. 11 to open up their regular season.