It's a no-brainer that life in the National Football League is fast-paced...

...and I'm talking about ON the football field. However, there have been many cases of young upcoming superstars that have gained too much weight in their gas-pedal foot. What exactly do I mean by that? Well, when you reach the professional level, you'll notice your paychecks are just a tad more money than what you were used to. SO what would I do if I were in that position? I would get rid of my 2001 Chevy Impala and settle for something a little more sleek, I would aim maybe a Lamborghini Urus.

Minnesota Vikings rookie receiver just a little too quick out on the road

Save your speed for practice rookie. According to "Rookie WR Jordan Addison found himself in trouble overnight after being pulled over and cited for speeding, as well as reckless driving, by Minnesota state patrolmen. Addison was cited for speeding by Minnesota state police after allegedly driving 140 mph in a zone that has a 55 mph speed limit. He was driving a Lamborghini Urus" He was not arrested, hopefully, this isn't an indication of further trouble with the speedy youngster drafted 23rd overall out of USC.

Not an ideal way to present himself just weeks before training camp.

Maybe Jordan SHOULD trade his Lamborghini for MY Chevy......If you do, I can 100% guarantee you that you'll never reach those speeds again


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