Pats players co-host 'Andruzzi and friends' golf tourney
QUINCY, Mass. (WHDH) -- Rob Gronkowski and many of his Patriot teammates teed off for cancer patients in Quincy Monday.
Gronk co-hosted the Joe Andruzzi and Friends Golf Tournament along with Rob Ninkovich.
Joe Andruzzi's golf tournament started off with the Patriots knowing how bad their golf game is.
“Excited to see if I can hit a golf ball straight,” Ninkovich said.
“The best thing about my golf game is my golf clubs. They look good,” said Kevin Falk.
While their golf game is bad, Gronk feels good after signing a new six-year, $54 million extension.
“I’m happy to be here. Long term definitely. I feel like both sides are very happy and it all worked out well,” Gronkowski said.
For Kevin Falk that's not the same story.
“Not on the team,” Falk said.
The Patriots haven't even contacted the 14-year pro and if no deal is made, Falk said, "Kevin Falk is done. Just as simple as that. Just one of those things, it happens. Your career comes to an end at some point.”
Gronk is coming off a record-breaking season and ankle surgery. Gronk simply says he's feeling, “great,” but wouldn’t tell the media his status for training camp.
But Gronk did tell 7Sports’ Darren Haynes he’ll be in full force come late July.