St. Louis Rams prank teammates by hiding cars (Photos)

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Dec 8, 2013; Phoenix, AZ, USA; A detailed view of a St. Louis Rams helmet during warm ups before the first quarter against the Arizona Cardinals at University of Phoenix Stadium. The Cardinals defeated the rams 30-10. Mandatory Credit: Casey Sapio-USA TODAY Sports

So imagine you come out of football practice, tired and worn out, wanting nothing more than to go home and relax. You walk to the parking lot and notice something important missing. Your car.

That’s what happened to a handful of St. Louis Rams players, namely safety Rodney McLeod and defensive back Janoris Jenkins who realized their fancy rides were not in the same place they left them before entering a recent practice.

Across from the Rams facility were multiple makeshift garages with player names on them which housed their cars:

I work right across the street from the Rams practice facility, so coming in this morning I noticed that there were three garages built in the open field directly across the street from their facility.

I thought they were dog houses, cause they had defensive backs names on them. Judging by their play yesterday, that made sense. The two I could read said McLeod and Jenkins.

The piece, which appears on Deadspin goes on to explain that it was simply a joke played on the younger players. I’m going to assume the garages were locked for a time being (otherwise what’s the point other than the initial scare) but not exactly the best prank we’ve seen. Pretty unique, though.



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Tags: Janoris Jenkins Rodney McLeod St. Louis Rams

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