Found August 04, 2012 on Holdout Sports:
Minnesota Vikings rookie wide receiver Greg Childs made an impression during a recent practice in training camp as he caught an underthrown pass by wrapping his arms around a defender and trapping the ball against his defender's back.



The ball was underthrown by quarterback Joe Webb, but Childs came back for the ball and managed to trap it on defensive back Brandon Burton's helmet. Childs managed to hang onto the football while bringing Burton down to the ground at the same time.

Video via KSTP. H/T Sports Grid.
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