The Gronkowski brothers' story has been well chronicled by News 4 Sports, and by sports media outlets all over the country.
Three of them, from one Amherst family play in the NFL. And this year, two of them play for the same team, the New England Patriots.
This week, they're coming home to play the Buffalo Bills. Rob Gronkowski is a second year tight end for New England. His older brother, Chris, is in his third year in the league. Their father, Gordy Gronkowski, an Amherst businessman, says he can hardly wait.
"It's probably one of the greatest days of my life, seeing them in our hometown, playing here, "Gordy tells News 4 Sports. "All those years, we always thought they would come here and play for Buffalo, we were always hoping. This is probably the second best thing ever, that they're coming in here playing in Buffalo, and they're on the same team. It's only happened 30-times, that two brothers played on the same team, and the first time ever that two brothers ever played the same position."
Rob Gronkowski was drafted by the Patriots in 2010 and he had a sensational rookie season, scoring 10-touchdowns for the Patriots, two against the Bills in December.
His older brother, Dan, was originally drafted by Detroit. He played one year for the Lions, then spent last year with the Denver Broncos before being released on the final cutdown. Dan was immediately signed by New England, which their father was beneficial for Dan, and Rob.
"Rob's a goofball," Gordy says. "So as soon as Danny got there, they thought they were gonna see another goofball. And Wes Welker, I don't know if you read the thing in the paper, Wes Welker said I thought I was gonna have two idiots sitting next to me, but no, the one's pretty smart."
They're both smart enough to downplay the hype about their Buffalo homecoming. They know Bill Belichick is watching.
"It's all business for Rob and I right now, "Dan says, "We're not thinking about going home to Buffalo, but rather just about playing them."
Rob was asked if he's been fielding ticket requests from his Western New York friends.
"Nah, I told them to talk to Dan. No, not really worried about that," he answered. "Just trying to go into the game and focus on the Buffalo Bills, not who's in the stands. I could care less who's out there."
That's what Rob says. But his Dad says the Gronkowskis will have about 500-fans, friends and family, in the stands this Sunday in Orchard Park.
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