You Might Be A Locked-Out NFL Player If …
By JOHN P. LOPEZ(credit: Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
If you’re married to a supermodel, a Gazillionaire, but emotions and pent-up frustrations make you bawl like a bratty toddler on national TV when asked about dropping from a fourth-rounder to a sixth-rounder. Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen (credit: Larry Busacca/Getty Images)
If your favorite shows on TV are the insurance commercials, you might be a locked-out player Progressive Insurance commercial (credit: progressive.com)
If you play in charity golf tournaments for the food and goodie bag, you might be a locked-out player. Drew Brees (credit: Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
If you’ve been arrested ...
(Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Mike Vrabel was arrested for theft on Monday at an Indiana casino.)
If you’ve recently Googled “mediator” and/or “arbitrator” you might be a locked out NFL player. (credit: Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
If you recently used the term, “Stay-cation” or said, “let’s just stay at mom and dad’s this summer” you might be a locked-out player. (credit: Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
If your wife talked about “coach” and it wasn’t a purse … Tony Gonzalez with his wife October and son Nikko. (credit: Kevin C. Co/Getty Images)
If your work out routine includes a high school weight room and water hose, you might be a locked-out NFL player. (credit: Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images)
If “day-to-day” has taken on a whole new meaning, you might be a locked-out player.
Jets guard Matt Slauson has had to move in with his parents.