Tom Brady might have been labeled a "traitor" when he announced earlier this year that he would be parting ways with the New England Patriots and signing with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers , but the quarterback still has plenty of good memories of his time with the Pats, and of his former teammates. Apparently when it comes to Rob Gronkowski , one part is especially memorable. During a recent Zoom interview with Howard Stern, Brady spoke about how pro football players just become accustomed to being nude around each other in the locker room, but added that Gronk has always been particularly fond of being in the buff — which is unsurprising, given that he's reportedly hung like a baseball bat. A man's a man. The well-endowed Gronk was recently revealed to be White Tiger on The Masked Singer , but the way Brady tells it, the man is not a fan of costumes—or clothes in general—most of the time.
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I don't know how it is at your gym, but I was in the locker room post-workout earlier this week, and because of a social commitment afterward, I was required to shower there. What I saw was troubling. One of the occupational hazards of sportswriting is the inherent locker-room nudity issue. It might be the aspect of my job that makes me the most uncomfortable.
We all have problems, and if they are ours, they always seem big. In school health class they never really talked about what the average size was, and I never really bothered to compare myself to other guys. I had taken gym class in middle school, but there were no showers, and we never got down to anything past our underwear so I never really noticed anything different about me other than I had more body hair than most of the other guys. I started puberty pretty early and I was one of the few in my class to have pit hair, a happy trail, etc. The first day, I went into the locker room like everyone else, we got our Speedos and were told to shower and change into them for the first practice.