Ugliest Hair in the NFL
How anyone can be comfortable with a mop of hair wedged under a sweaty football helmet, we will never understand. The characters of the NFL have some of the wildest, weirdest hair-dos known to man.
Some cases of ugly hair are the result of benign neglect. But almost more offensive are the ones actually trying to be stylish but end up with hair looking like the lead singer of Sexual Chocolate.
Here is a list of the ugliest hair in the NFL and who their crazy mops remind us of.
Curtis Painter: Indianapolis Colts
Curtis Painter’s hair style rotates between a failed attempt at a short Ceasar cut and long, baby-doll hair. The result looks like a mix of Kurt Cobain and Randy Quaid.
Brett Keisel: Pittsburgh Steelers
Brett Keisel’s hair is what happens when you feed a garden gnome past midnight. Supposedly, he grew his hair and beard for charity.
Here’s a tip, Brett: Write a check next time and spare us all.
Matt Light: New England Patriots
Matt Light has finally lost the long mop, but his hair and beard just keep growing in thicker and thicker. Put him in a cloak, and he’d fit right in with Robin Hood’s merry men as Friar Tuck.
Robert Gallery: Seattle Seahawks
If Ben Affleck ate Matt Damon and then went into hibernation, he’d emerge looking like Robert Gallery.
Paul Soliai: Miami Dolphins
Paul Soliai’s is like a jolly Kevin James (King of Queens) living on Fantasy Island with no barber. Someone please tell him that when the hair on your head and your beard unite as one big ball of fur, its time for a change.
Travis LaBoy: San Diego Chargers
The number one rule for any man with a receding hair line: Don’t emphasize it. Travis LaBoy looks like a cross between Wolverine and Fabio.
TJ Houshmandzadeh: Free Agent
TJ is the Rock crossed with Steven Segal. Newsflash, neither the rat tail or jerricurl have been stylish for a while.
Domata Peko: Cincinnati Bengals
Domata Peko's hair gives new meaning to the word frizz. Clearly, he is the love child of Don King and Tina Turner.
Clay Matthews: Green Bay Packers
The Princess Bride of the NFL, Clay Matthews’ long greasy locks are calling out for both shampoo and a pair of scissors. Worse is the way he constantly flips it around for dramatic effect. Sorry, Buttercup; it’s still not working.
Tim Tebow: Denver Broncos
Tim, your name is not Tom, and you do not fly Top Gun. Take care of business and lose the gel and the spiked hair.
Rey Maualuga: Cincinnati Bengals
Rey Maualaluga looks like he’s paying tribute to Slash from Guns N’ Roses with his wavy bush. Sorry, Rey; please take a look in the Paradise City Yellow Pages for the nearest barbershop.
Chris Kemoeatu: Pittsburgh Steelers
When Jack Black and Gary Coleman collide, you get Chris Kemoeatu’s hair. He's trimmed the length lately, but unfortunately kept most of the mohawk intact.
Kyle Orton: Denver Broncos
Kyle and his forward swept bangs are trying hard to look like Justin Beiber. Orton’s hair is begging for an exception to the “Never say never” rule.
Troy Polamalu: Pittsburgh Steelers
The obvious ambassador of bad hair is Troy Polamalu. Those curls would look great on Beyonce; just not on you, Troy.
AJ Hawk: Green Bay Packers
AJ Hawk won’t give up trying to become Cameron Diaz. His hair is a greasy mess even when it’s short.
Nick Mangold: New York Jets
Why Nick Mangold would try to style his hair like Mickey Rourke we will never know. Even the Olsen twins are over the trailer-park-chic look. Move on, Nick.
Julio Jones: Atlanta Falcons
Dreads are cool, but not with a shaved-down widow’s peak in the front of your head. Julio might as well change his name to Avatar and grow a tail.
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Blaine Gabbert: Jacksonville Jaguars
Attention Blaine: Jessica Simpson called and wants her feathered bangs back.
Laurence Maroney: Free Agent
Theo Huxtable and Milli Vanilli were not meant to play football, and neither was their hair. Laurance has had to learn the hard way not to get mug shots taken on the days he braids his dreads into pigtails.
Drew Brees: New Orleans Saints
Drew Brees reminds you of a balding Clay Aiken. Both Clay and Drew's hair are hanging around too long.