Even a first-round draft pick with a multi-million dollar contract isn’t exempt from a little public humiliation. This was the case for Colts quarterback Andrew Luck and Washington Redskins QB Robert Griffin III.
The NFL’s top two draft picks recently got a lesson in hazing 101.
The Mocking Draft reports former Stanford QB Luck was forced sing a rendition of “Take Me Home, Country Roads” in front of his teammates. It reportedly didn’t end well as he was booed off the stage by veteran players.
Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall forced RG3 to carry his pads for a remark the rookie quarterback made.
Griffin allegedly told Hall he breaks “arm tackles.” Hall responded, “Here’s these pads, this will help you work on breaking those arm tackles.”
Hazing in the NFL is done in good sport. During training camp, the League’s rookies are subjected to a variety of humiliating tasks that serve as their initiation rites in the organization. Check out some videos of hazing rituals former rookies had to endure.
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