Found August 01, 2012 on
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(AP Photo/David Zalubowski via ESPN.com)
Free agent DT Anthony “Spice” Adams – who was released by the Bears in February after 5 years with the team - has also been using the summer months to catch up on some life maintenance. The 32-year-old Adams has yet to latch on with a new ball club for 2012, and fortunately for us, he used his downtime to create this hilarious “Stuff NFL Free Agents Say” video.
Adams might be a little bit late to the party on the whole “Stuff _______ Say” trend, but here he delivers in a big way. While waiting for that fateful call from an NFL team, among other things, Adams has been practicing his swim move on his baby, brushing up on his video game skills (BANG BANG!), watching the waiver wire like a hawk, putting off his diet until next week, fretting about the power bill, and of course, playing words with friends. It’s a bit long at over 5 minutes, but trust us, it’s worth it:
VIDEO AFTER THE JUMP
Somebody need to sign Adams up … and I’m not even talking about for football. This guy needs his own show, stat.
PS – noting that Adams is a Penn State alum, we can only assume that he edited out the sections of himself crying himself to sleep over the whole Sandusky/JoePa scandal, and having all of his college wins wiped out.
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