Patriots Rob Gronkowski is now down to four ways to earn his $5.5 million incentive By Miguel Benzan Posted on November 22, 2017 (Stew Milne/USA TODAY Sports) Share Tweet Email Print In May of 2017, Rob Gronkowski and the Patriots agreed to restructure his deal. The restructure offered Gronk to earn $5.5 million through different incentives: Rob Gronkowski's $1 million incentive can be earned in one of the following four ways: Scores 10 touchdowns Catches 60 passes Has 800 receiving yards 70 percent playing-time Rob Gronkowski's $3 million incentive can be earned in one of the following four ways 80 percent playing-time Scores 12 touchdowns Catches 70 passes Has 1,000 receiving yards Rob Gronkowski's $5.5 million incentive could have been earned in one of the following five ways 90 percent playing-time Scores 14 touchdowns Catches 80 passes Has 1,200 receiving yards Named first-team All-Pro So how's the progress going? It is now mathematically impossible Log in Username or E-mail Password Remember Me Lost your password? LOST PASSWORD LOG IN with Facebook LOG IN with Google LOG IN with Twitter Not subscribed yet? Click below for access to all content: Share Tweet Email Print MORE COVERAGE First and 10: Phase 3 of OTAs starts for Patriots, Peyton and the Jets, and who’s still out there Live Q&A: Talk Patriots with Price, Monday at 2 p.m. NFL Notebook: What sort of challenges will new Patriots’ assistant coaches face?