Thursday, July 31, 2014

Zach Hocker gets NFL initiation

Posted By on Thu, Jul 31, 2014 at 10:45 AM

SCALPED: Zach Hocker. - @ESPNNFL
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  • SCALPED: Zach Hocker.

Zach Hocker
, the former Razorback who's a rookie kicker for the NFL team in Washington, turned up on ESPN's NFL Twitter feed today for the initiation haircut given to him by Washington team veterans.

It looks a bit like a certain type of haircut turned sideways. Which fits with the upside-down view the team owner has about respect for Native Americans.

Yes, grown men apparently engage in this silly stuff.

I also ask you: Did the world end in Jonesboro when they ran Runnin' Joe off?


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