Harrison Calls Out Gronkowski for Post-Super Bowl Partying
(NEW YORK) -- Is it okay to party after a Super Bowl loss?
That is the debate that the NFL world is having after New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski was shown dancing in a club and ripping off his shirt after the Patriots lost the the New York Giants in Super Bowl 46.
In an interview with ESPN 1000 in Chicago, Former Patriots player Rodney Harrison was not too pleased to see Gronkowski out celebrating after their 21-17 loss in Indianapolis.
"When we lost the Super Bowl, any of my Super Bowl losses, I was so devastated the last thing I ever wanted to do was party, let alone dance or take off your shirt," he added. "It's just immaturity. It's not right. He made a mistake and I'm sure he feels absolutely stupid about it at this point. There's a time and place for everything."
Harrison said he thought the team would sit down with Gronkowski to discuss the situation.
Gronkowski had an impressive 2011 season for the Patriots with 90 receptions, 1,327 yards, and 17 touchdowns.
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