GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Long hair in the NFL is not uncommon. Despite the fact a player's lengthy locks can legally be pulled on or grabbed by an opponent and that they can frequently get stuck in a helmet, shoulder pads or other equipment, there are still several examples of long hair on every team across the league.
However, the NFL may have a new champion in the fantastic follicles department: Green Bay Packers rookie safety Jerron McMillian.
"It's been seven years and counting," McMillian said of the last time he's had his hair cut or trimmed. "I don't know if it's the longest in the NFL, but it's past the middle of my lower back."
Once McMillian got to Green Bay for the beginning of offseason workouts, it didn't take long for his teammates to notice just how much hair he was sporting.
"(Former Packers cornerback) Al Harris' hair was real long, but Jerron's hair is really long," said Packers starting safety Morgan ...