Rob Gronkowski shows off latest outfit from Michael Strahan’s collection as fans fall in love with Fox NFL Sunday ‘drip’

Rob Gronkowski shows off latest outfit from Michael Strahan's collection as fans fall in love with Fox NFL Sunday 'drip'

ROB Gronkowski has been taking fashion advice from fellow NFL icon and co-star Michael Strahan.

The four-time Super Bowl champion showed up in the Fox Sports studios wearing a classy suit from Strahan’s collection.


NFL fans loved Rob Gronkowski’s latest studio fit for Fox NFL SundayCredit: Twitter @mstrahanbrand


Gronk wore a suit from fellow NFL icon and show co-star Michael StrahanCredit: JCPenney

The network’s stylist Victoria Trilling helped Gronkowski, 34, put the outfit together.

The ex-NFL tight end sported a navy blue blazer — which you can buy for $229 on Men’s Wearhouse — with a pink lapel pin and matching pair of pants.

He completed his studio fit with a pink and blue tie and brown shoes.

The Michael Strahan Brand’s social media accounts shared an image of Gronk showing him all smiles as he showed off his ensemble.

“That Sunday drip to #RaiseYourGame,” the caption read.

And fans loved Gronkowski’s fit as several of them commented on the post with fire emojis.

One also wrote: “Suit game on point.”

Strahan, 51, himself looked “sharp as tack” on Fox NFL Sunday in Week 11.

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He wore a blue suit jacket paired with a light blue dress shirt and red tie.

The NFL Hall-of-Famer also divided TV viewers with a controversial take on Dallas Cowboys star Micah Parsons.

Strahan called Parsons “the best pass rusher in football” before Dallas beat the Carolina Panthers 33-10.

And while some agreed, a lot of NFL fans pointed out there are a few players who should be in the conversation, such as San Francisco 49ers star Nick Bosa.

Strahan excelled as a pass rusher in his playing days and still holds the single-season sack record, which he set at 22.5 in 2001.

That same season, the New York Giants legend claimed the Defensive Player of the Year award.

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