Rob Gronkowski Says There’s ‘Too Much’ Taylor Swift in NFL Broadcasts


“We want more football,” the former New England Patriots tight end shared.

Taylor Swift looks on before the game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Denver Broncos at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium on October 12, 2023 in Kansas City, Missouri.

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The NFL has become NFL (Taylor’s Version) in the past month, as Taylor Swift continues to make appearances at Kansas City Chiefs games to cheer on her rumored boyfriend, Travis Kelce.


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As Swift continues to take the NFL world by storm, Kay Adams discussed her strong presence at sports games with former New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski on Wednesday (Oct. 25) on her daily morning show, FanDuel TV’s Up & Adams.

While Adams said that she loves seeing Swift throughout the NFL game broadcasts, Gronkowski disagreed. “Bye bye bye, it’s just a little bit too much,” he replied. “We want more football.”

Despite Gronkowski’s thoughts, Swift has seemingly become a good luck charm for Kelce, as recent statistics aired by CBS Sports Sunday (Oct. 22) at the Chiefs vs. Chargers game show that the Kansas City tight end plays significantly better when his new love interest is in attendance. 

According to the network, Kelce averages 99 receiving yards at games attended by the 12-time Grammy winner, who has so far been spotted at four Chiefs matches. When she’s not there, the athlete’s average dips to just 46.5 yards.

Swift also recently got praise from the Kelce’s father, Ed Kelce, who raved that she’s a “very, very sweet, very charming, down-to-earth young woman.” “She gets up to go get a drink or something and she starts picking up empty bottles, cans, plates that are scattered around,” the patriarch added of the singer. “I don’t think she got the diva memo.”

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