Melvin Ingram finally spoke to me. The Los Angeles Chargers All-Pro linebacker uttered a few words to me last month after a demoralizing home-opening blowout loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. Among other things I had wanted to ask him about his budding rap career. Sunday night at Wembley Stadium was different. The Chargers were joyful having scraped past Tennessee in a thriller, after Titans coach Mike Vrabel's gutsy but unsuccessful decision to attempt a two-point conversion following a last-minute touchdown drive. I walked in the Chargers' locker room to find a group of defensive players dancing and chanting in celebration.
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Former NFL Player Stanley Wilson II Arrested While Naked, Again
Wilson played football for Stanford University before being drafted as a cornerback in for the Detroit Lions, where he played three seasons, according to NFL. His professional football career fizzled in after an injury. On Thursday, the Multnomah County Sheriff's Office identified Wilson as a former NFL player and the same man who tried to break through a back window of a multimillion-dollar home in the block of Southwest Humphrey Boulevard. Wilson is still hospitalized, but is expected to recover. The sheriff's office hasn't elaborated on the extent of Wilson's injuries. Oregon law could protect the homeowner. Oregon Revised Statute
Naked intruder shot by homeowner turns out to be ex-NFL player, police say
Anyone can fall victim of being portrayed hilariously by a photograph, even NFL players. Throughout the years, these players have dazzled us on the football field with brilliant plays and breathtaking games. But that doesn't mean they haven't been endorsed ridiculously, found themselves on the bottom of a funny-looking pile or let their emotions get the best of them. Thankfully there was a camera in place to capture these hilarious yet embarrassing moments, and in the words of Daniel Tosh, "for that, we thank you. Jay Cutler just got the stupid knocked out of him.
After the Bengals the beat the Bills on Sunday , the NFL Network headed into the Cincinnati locker room where they took the idea of a "revealing postgame interview" to a whole new level. The naked Bengals were on screen for about 45 seconds before someone at NFL Network realized that showing naked players on live TV probably isn't a good idea. When the interview cut back to the NFL Network studio, the hosts were very aware of what had just happened. After the interview, Bengals offensive lineman Andrew Whitworth didn't seem too thrilled that America got to see his birthday suit. Time for a media policy change!!