Rob Gronkowski Is Giving Financial Advice to Younger NFL Players The New England Patriots star tight end is adding financial guru to his resume. In a new interview, Gronkowski says he has become a financial role model for younger NFL players. According to ESPN, Gronkowski has not spent a cent of $44.5 million in salary that he’s made since joining the NFL. Reports say he’s lived strictly off endorsement money. Gronkowski says he looks to Tom Brady and LeBron James as financial role models. The NFL star also credits his dad for instilling his fiscal responsibility. Gronkowski goes on to say he will make a few big purchases at some point with the money he's saved.
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