An NFL Rookie Broke Up A Knife Fight At A Five Guys Restaurant

An NFL Rookie Broke Up A Knife Fight At A Five Guys Restaurant

NFL rookies are asked to do a lot of things during their first training camp. Ya know, things like carry a veteran's pads, bring breakfast to team meetings, get awful hazing haircuts, stop knife fights inside local burger joints, and...Wait, WHAT?!

Yeeeeeeeah, son! If you want to make a team, you've gotta be committed to doing good in your community. And if that means shutting down a knife fight, then so be it. That's exactly what Baltimore Ravens rookie wide receiver Tandon Doss did late last week before a preseason game against the Redskins when he stopped off to get a bite to eat at a Five Guys restaurant—and ended up stopping a bloodbath between the manager of the place and a couple of former disgruntled employees. "Jus had to break up a fight at five guys," he tweeted shortly after it happened. "Baltimore is too ratchet!!!"

Word. And you haven't even seen what happens when you make your boy Ray Lewis mad yet! Er, bad joke. But, nice job, TD! Now, let's just hope your coaches keep it in mind when they're making final cuts to the roster later this month... [via theScore]

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