Gronk makes $2.5 million with All-Pro honor

Paola Ditto
Gennaio 6, 2018

Among those players was New England Patriots star tight end Rob Gronkowski, who received the accolade for the fifth time in his eight-year National Football League career.

Fortunately for Gronk, he was pretty freaking awesome during the rest of the season, with the exception of his suspended Week 14 game after a dirty hit on Tre'Davious White, and as a result he was named to the Associated Press' All-Pro First Team. He previously unlocked $3 million based upon gaining more than 1,000 receiving yards. He finished the regular season playing 79.3 percent of the offensive snaps, missing one game because of injury and one for an National Football League suspension for his late hit on Buffalo Bills cornerback Tre'Davious White. This means Gronkowski earned the full $10.75 million in salary this past season. This is the third time that Brady has earned this honor, and it is the fourth time that Gronkowski has earned it.

Gronk finished the 2017 season - missing two games - with 1,084 yards gained on 69 receptions. Amazingly, it's only the third All-Pro selection of Brady's career. He also holds the National Football League record for most 1,000 receiving yard campaigns by a tight end.

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