He may have retired from the New England Patriots, but that hasn't stopped Rob Gronkowski from still being one the most generous players we've ever seen in New England. Gronk made two stops in Maine on Wednesday yesterday wearing a Boston Bruins jersey. Unfortunately that didn't work out so well for the Bruins, but he sure did put smiles on a lot of faces.

First up was the Barbara Bush Children's Hospital where he stopped to visit the kids and present a check for $25,000 from his Gronk Nation Youth Foundation. He went around to visit the kids, did the Cha-Cha slide and even handed out cookies he hauled around the hospital on a wagon.

Then he was off to Waterville for a stop at the Alfond Youth and Community Center. He brought along his dad and older brother Gordie. He met with kids there and taught them how to spike the ball and ran some passing routes. Later he met up with Governor Janet Mills.

There have been rumors that Gronk may come out of retirement, but he says you can put those rumors to rest.  Never say never though, right?





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