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Former NFL Player Anthony Adams Brings the Funny with Rib Parody

Gabe ZaldivarPop Culture Lead WriterFebruary 20, 2016

Sit back and relax to the soothing sounds of Anthony Adams slow-cooking some ribs. 

The former NFL defensive tackle, who last played for the Chicago Bears, has been keeping busy in retirement. For the most part, he has dedicated himself to making fans laugh with YouTube videos. The most recent is a parody on Tyga's "Rack City." 

While Adams could have kept the name without missing a beat, he decided to go with the far tastier "Slab City" for his iteration. 

Besides the chuckles that come with the big man slow-cooking these tasty racks and dousing his car with barbecue sauce, fans should be hit with the uncontrollable urge to chow down on some ribs of their own. 

We have covered a great deal of funny videos, and even we laughed when Adams decided to announce his retirement at a local White Castle.

But we had never covered a parody that actually made us as hungry as this one does. 

I would also like to point out that no self-respecting pitmaster cooks ribs without wearing a huge gold chain, so we give extra points to Adams for sporting the bling

In the end, we have to say that he is using his time in retirement perfectly. In addition, I need to state here and now that I advocate for Adams to have a gig as a football analyst on TV. 

At the very least, give the man a cooking show, because he can sure sell those ribs. 


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