Gronkowski said with Chuckle, “It’s kinda … At first, it’s like, ‘Wow, that was so weird,’ if you’re not getting it,”. “And then when you’re getting it, you’re like, ‘Oh, shoot!’ It’s not as funny now. ‘I’d love to, I’ll go there and perform.’ “
No one is safe from tongue-whipping from the Arriers, not even the quarterback, Tom Brady, who, during the first week of camp, had an ear full of Arians as he was throwing the ball in a walk-through. Was – not a big Arian – no. The coach recently threw right guard Alex Kappa out of a drill for a wrong start. He defended the entire second team for failing to get the ball for two straight practice. And they most certainly listened to it after Sunday practice.
“It motivates for sure. When the head coach is getting on you, it motivates you. It’s all for a good positive way. It can be colorful language, but it’s okay. It’s football. Is a game of, ”Gronkowski said. “It’s all to improve yourself. It’s all to improve the team. And that’s what it’s good about. It puts your towel on point, it keeps you going, it keeps Inspires you. “
Early in training camp, Arian told Gronkowski, he was in “New England size” but “not Florida size” and “the heat was hitting his ass very well.” Then, at the Bucks’ investigation on Friday, Gronkowski had only 15 snaps to play and wound up with 16 on the opening drive. Arians told him after that series, “You’re about to get 10 more, so suck it up.”
Gronkowski said he enjoys the daily banquet and Arian’s coaching style.
“It’s great. Coach Ariane is a great coach. I love talking to him,” Gronkowski said. “He always has great coaching points. He’s an aggressive-minded coach, who is calm. Whenever he talks, you listen. And whenever he has a coaching point, you also listen, Because it is always a great coaching point, it is always a coaching. Point out that not only helps yourself in a route or block, but also helps the team out.
“Garbage-talking is always cool. It’s part of football. There should never be a pat on every single game or every route on the back, ‘Oh, good work.’ No. This is football. You will be mentally tough. You will be mentally strong and if you are not doing the right things then you will have to go out many times. It is part of the game and I just have to go. Everyone Time better – conditioning-wise, root-running-wise, in blocked games – just always be on top of your game. ”