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Rob Gronkowski always has a full offseason and 2016 is no different, with the tight end signing on to host a new clip show on Nickelodeon titled Crashletes.

By Extra Mustard
March 03, 2016

Rob Gronkowski always has a full off-season but in 2016 is a little different, with the tight end taking time away from his usual off-season partying for something slightly more kid friendly as the host of a new clip show on Nickelodeon titled Crashletes.

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The show will feature Gronkowski and a rotating panel offering commentary on viral sports videos on the kids network, which has picked up an initial 20-episode run for the program, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The Patriots star was named to the All-Pro team for a second consecutive year, and the third time in his career in 2015.

He also lead Patriots receivers in touchdowns, receptions and receiving yards.

Crashletes will join the Cam Newton hosted All In,and the reality series Jagger Eaton’s Mega Lifeon Nickelodeon as part of the channels new push for more live-action, kid-friendly programming, according to The Associated Press.


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