Bucs GM Has A Message For ‘Karen Lombardi’ Who’s Mad At Tom For Throwing Trophy

Lorraine Grohs, the woman who is now known as ‘Karen Lombardi’ because she’s insulted by Tom Brady throwing around the trophy her father made famous as the master silversmith of the original Lombardi trophy, has received a message from Bucs general manager Jason Licht:

“Lighten up.”

‘Karen Lombardi’ says that Brady “disgraced” and “disrespected” the trophy when he tossed it from his $2 million yacht to the puny fishing boat Gronk and his fellow wide receivers and tight ends were cruising around on. Licht, still enjoying the emotional high of winning the Super Bowl, fired off a response Saturday that any logical human should have.

Keep in mind that the Lombardi trophy would cost $10,000 to replace if it sank to the bottom of the Hillsborough River and the Tampa dive team couldn’t retrieve the body. It’s not like Tom was throwing around some multi-million dollar possession that can’t be replaced. Lorraine’s acting like this is a one of one.

Wait until Lorraine hears about Gronk putting a dent into the Lombardi by using the trophy as a baseball bat. She is going to leave the worst review ever on the Buccaneers’ Yelp page.

Greg Grohs Lombardi silversmith

Written by Joe Kinsey

I'm an Ohio guy, born in Dayton, who roots for Ohio State and can handle you guys destroying the Buckeyes, Urban Meyer and everything associated with Columbus.


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  1. Amen, James7 lol.
    Her father would probably laugh out loud seeing the trophy toss. When he made the trophy half a century ago, we weren’t so sensitive about the feelings of an inanimate object, even one made of silver.
    He worked for Tiffany & Co and was given the job to ‘do his job’. Wasn’t his trophy…certainly it’s not his daughter’s trophy or their “family’s trophy”.
    Good for Jason Licht !!!

  2. Couple of fun facts about “The Lombardi” from DuJour Magazine (don’t hate me cuz I clicked on their link lmao).
    Playing for keeps: Unlike hockey’s Stanley Cup, which is passed to the winning team each season, each winning Super Bowl team gets to keep its own Vince Lombardi trophy.
    Finishing touch: During the victory ceremony, you’ll notice that the statue is engraved only with “Vince Lombardi Trophy” and the NFL shield (other than the name, this is the only element that’s changed as the NFL has evolved its logo). Upon completion of the ceremony, the trophy is returned to the Tiffany & Co. workshop where it’s engraved with the winning team’s name and “Super Bowl [Roman numeral] Champions.”

    So it seems the trophy created by Greg Grohs, the one at the center of “Karen” Grohs sleeping disorder, emotional trauma, and life-altering event WASN’T the one created by her dad. Each year the build a new Lombardi. Huh.

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