VIDEO: NFL RBs Lynch, AP, Charles, McGahee, Ingram play 'Call of Duty'
A slew of NFL running backs including Marshawn Lynch, Jamaal Charles, Adrian Peterson, Arian Foster and Mark Ingram played 'Call of Duty' with a lucky fan recently.
Fun fact: NFL players like to play video games. (They're human, just like us!) And you'd be surprised, but watching them play is pretty enjoyable. So it's no surprise that the video below, put together by the folks at Overdog -- a video-game company that former Bears player Hunter Hillenmeyer created recently -- is pretty entertaining.
It features a slew of NFL running backs -- Marshawn Lynch of the Seahawks, Adrian Peterson of the Vikings, Jamaal Charles of the Chiefs, Willis McGahee of the Browns and Mark Ingram of the Saints -- playing Call of Duty with a lucky fan named Drew. (The premise of Overdog is to allow NFL fans an opportunity to play video games with their favorite athletes. You can download the app here.)
I've played Madden with Antonio Gates and Von Miller before. It was pretty ridiculous. But Drew getting to jam out with that crew of running backs is beyond crazy.
Even though he wasn't the top scorer, there's no question the big winner was Lynch. I'd sit around and watch a livestream of him playing SimCity.
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