PHOTO: Brent Burns goes golfing, becomes paleontologist
Sharks utility man Brent Burns went golfing recently and came back with something more than a butchered score card.
As hockey players are wont to do in the offseason, Sharks defenseman/forward/grizzly bear Brent Burns went for a round of 18 holes recently. While most golfers come back with a few snowmen on their cards, a dozen less balls and a broken putter head, Burns hit the 19th hole with something completely different.
He came back with this, whatever the heck this is.
Found this on the course... Any ideas what it could be? pic.twitter.com/SQc7QZUdxU— Brent Burns (@Burnzie88) August 19, 2013
At least he didn't injure a finger, so there's that.
I'm not a paleontologist and won't pretend to be (side note; it might be a wild boar jaw), all I know is that's pretty gnarly.
Considering Burns had a striking resemblance to a Neanderthal before last season, maybe the pieces of the puzzle are starting to come together.
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