Rob Gronkowski and Julian Edelman visit Entourage set

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Things that we know about Gronk. He is incredibly tall.

He also seems to have the allure of the celebrity about him.

Something that certainly go down well with these guys...

That's right, Gronk, along with teammate Julian Edelman visited the set of the Entourage movie.

The NFL reposted the Instagram picture by cast member Jerry Ferrara who plays Salvatore Assante in the show.

"Turtle" Assante is shown here in the shadow of the towering walking IR list that is Rob Gronkowski.

Does this mean that they managed to force their way in to a cameo? Well we wouldn't put it past Gronk who is no stranger to the screen

It was reported towards the end of last year that Gronk would have a cameo in the movie and he's very friendly with Mark Wahlberg, one of the movies producers.

We'll see in due course when the movie comes out, but don't put it past Gronk to follow in the Hollywood footsteps and appear in The League, another Muppet Sequel, random sitcom, etc...

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