Found September 13, 2012 on
Bush League Chronicle:
Dwight Freeney's Cereal Commercial
from Dwight Freeney
"A complete breakfast always starts with a bowl of Freeney-O's." Or does it?
Seen here is Indianapolis Colts defensive lineman Dwight Freeney having a little fun in a Funny or Die
blooper reel. The entire thing is made up, but who cares? It's still funny.
But I will admit that the twist in the end is a bit creepy.
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