Wait a second, what's that in the background? It is against NFL rules for media members to tweet photos from the locker room. Now, Pat McAfee knows why. The Colts punter was obviously in a good mood after the team's come-from-behind win over the Chiefs in their AFC wild-card matchup. A reporter was checking his cell phone, and fortuitously blocking Luck's junk in the twit pic.
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NFL quarterback Andrew Luck is getting a lot of attention for his l ocker room photobomb, and unfortunately or fortunately for some , he was not ready for his close-up, Mr. Indianapolis Colts punter Pat McAfee shared an image of the victorious behind-the-scenes photo at Lucas Oil Field after his team beat the Kansas City Chiefs, which Luck clearly didn't know was being taken. The QB, 24, had all his intimate parts covered, but was photographed bending over as he seemingly tried to cover himself with a towel. McAfee quickly noticed his mistake, that a half-naked Luck was in the background, but the damage had already been done. McAfee purportedly shared the picture because he wanted to show kicker Adam Vinatieri being interviewed after their win. He promptly deleted the picture and sent subsequent apology messages to clear up his mistake. Really thankful all his parts were covered.
Apparently there are consequences for tweeting out a naked picture of your starting quarterback and Colts punter Pat McAfee found that out the hard way this week. You can see the picture above, thankfully there's a guy holding a cell phone so you can't see everything in the picture above. But it was completely expected and completely warranted. After tweeting out the picture to his , followers on Twitter, McAfee eventually realized Luck wasn't wearing any clothes and he immediately deleted the picture. But this is the Internet, so nothing's ever actually deleted. I was disgusted.
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