5 Most Outlandish Hazing Moments in NFL History
With the start of training camp, rookie hazing becomes a sideshow event where first year players are victims to their veteran teammates for a source of entertainment.
Recently, the Jacksonville Jaguars banned rookie hazing.
However, will rookies like Cam Newton or Jake Locker fall to the same fate as Tim Tebow did last year?
Here are some of the most outlandish moments in rookie hazing.
Joe Montana and Bicycles
Apparently, Joe Montana had a thing against bicycles.
Maybe he had his stolen as kid on more than one occasion and thought because he practically owned San Francisco that he could do whatever he wanted.
Montana would take the bikes of rookies and hide them in the highest trees he could find around the practice facility.
Not cool, Joe.
Travis Iveys Quadruple Protection
Miami Dolphins rookie Travis Ivey was the lucky recipient of the shoulder pads of a few of his fellow teammates.
Rookies are often the target of veterans who feel that carrying their own equipment is above their pay grade.
Trindon Hollidays New Ride
The diminutive Holliday was forced to ride a tiny tricycle as a part of his hazing with the Houston Texans.
Holliday was a good sport about his hazing and it almost looks like he is having fun judging by the photograph.
The Denver Broncos thought that Tim Tebow may as well look the part of the devout life he apparently leads and decided to give him this haircut.
Say Tim, which way to Sherwood Forest?
Alex Parsons Bipolar Hair
Alex Parsons could not quite decide whether to take a little off the top or stick with the mountain man look.
Ever since the movie "Jackass" every idiot with an electric razor thinks it's hilarious to play barber on an unsuspecting person.
Parsons has Johnny Knoxville to thank for this look.