Rob Gronkowski Height

We go out to practice every single day and we have fun out there, but at the same time, we're getting work done. We're going hard.

American football tight end, Rob Gronkowski is one of the greatest tight ends of all time,[ National Football League (NFL).

About Rob Gronkowski's Real Height

There is no mystery whatsoever about Rob Gronkowski's height. He is a very big athlete with seriously big hands who once claimed to be 6 feet 6 inches tall, and is listed at the same height almost everywhere.

If you compare Rob Gronkowski's height to that of a few other tall gentlemen like Conan O'Brien (6'4"), Tom Brady (6'4¼"), and Kobe Bryant (6'5"), just to see if Rob is telling the truth -- you'll see that Rob looks at least 6'6".

Btw, Big man Rob weighs a hefty 265 lb (120 kg).

The real height of Rob Gronkowski is

6 ft 6¼ in (199 cm)

Rob Gronkowski standing with Tom Brady and Tom Cruise
Rob Gronkowski standing with Big Tom Brady (6 ft 4¼ in) and Lil Tom Cruise (5 ft 7¾ in)

Rob Gronkowski has such a wholesome personality, here are some more of his wholesome quotes.

His fav subject.

Math was my favorite subject, and English was my worst.

On cheat meals.

After a game, after a week of eating right, and eating clean, you feel like that's when you deserve a nice cheat meal and basically hop on anything after the game.

Scared to...

In high school, I was scared to dance.

What kind of movies does he like?

I love action movies. I would love to be part of those.

On Tom Brady.

No matter what the circumstances are, I've never seen Tom Brady come out and not give it all in practice. There's never any change in him. Whenever he's out on the field, he's giving it all, and he's just such a competitor.

His softer side.

My softer side? I mean, I like to snuggle.

On evil.

Evil will destroy itself.

His fav childhood shows.

'SpongeBob,' 'Hey Arnold!,' 'Rocket Power.' I watched all those shows, man.

His specialty.

No one makes better-scrambled eggs than me.

On his academic brother.

My brother's got two degrees. He got one for me.

Being with the family.

Being with the family, running downstairs and opening presents, it was always fun with my brothers.

On working not hard?

Me not working hard? Yeah, right - picture that with a Kodak [camera].

What made him who he is?

I'd go at anyone. I took all of my brothers' bull. It made me who I am.

One of his aspirations.

At one time, I wanted to be a WWE wrestler. I still do. I want to go in the ring once and mess around and jump off the ropes and do a Stone Cold stunt.

Needing fuel.

If I don't get a Wahlburger in me soon, I'm gonna go ballistic.

Putting in the work first.

You've just got to have to put the work in. Put work first. Put the hours and the time in, and do your job. And when you get a little time off, you can go out and have a little fun. But you have to make sure you get done what you need to get done first off.

Practice makes perfect.

The more you're playing, the more weeks you're going, the more you're into it, and the more everything is flowing together.

Everyday effort.

There's no such thing as putting extra effort in on one day than the other. Every single day is a lot of effort, usually maximum effort every day.

On his dad and brothers.

Our dad introduced us to all of it - to the weights, to eating healthy, all that good stuff. He introduced it, got on us every once in a while, and left it up to us if we wanted to do it. And seeing my older brothers do it right in front of me, I wanted to do it because I looked up to them.

On being frugal.

To this day, I still haven't touched one dime of my signing bonus or NFL contract money. I live off my marketing money and haven't blown it on any big-money expensive cars, expensive jewelry, or tattoos, and still wear my favorite pair of jeans from high school.

On his ideal vacation.

A good vacation for me is going to warm weather. Being able to go outside, in the sun, hit the beach, and play outside sports. Being active outside. Going swimming, hanging by the pool, having a couple drinks, having a couple of your close buddies around, and just having a blast.

On art.

I didn't understand art, until one day Tom Brady took me to the museum, and we looked at the Picasso, and he said, 'Rob, that's a touchdown.' We looked at the Rembrandt and Tom said, 'Rob, that's another touchdown.' We looked at the Vermeer and Tom said, 'Rob, that's another touchdown.' And I said, 'No, Tom, that's just a field goal.