"I guarantee you this, if Willie McGinest, Tedy Bruschi, Larry Izzo, Richard Seymour, or myself had been at that party, (Gronkowski) probably would have got his head rung," said Harrison, who lost two Super Bowls, as a Patriot in 2008 and a Charger in 1995. "There's no reason for that to happen."
"When we lost the Super Bowl, any of my Super Bowl losses, I was so devastated, the last thing I ever wanted to do was party, let alone dance or take off your shirt," Harrison added. "It's just immaturity. It's not right. He made a mistake, and I'm sure he feels absolutely stupid about it at this point."
Maybe, but unlikely. With so many ex-players in the media giving Gronk a pass, does anyone really believe he feels any regret at all? For that matter, it's worth noting that Gronk and every Patriots player have been offered all-expenses paid vacations to Aruba -- for losing the Super Bowl. What does that say?