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Do not chest-bump with a 300-pound NFL player

Chris Baker is a six-foot-two, 320-pound defensive end. He is a large fellow, and one you don’t want to collide with even in the best of circumstances. As the Washington Redskins were celebrating their eventual win over the Baltimore Ravens, Washington d-line coach Rob Akey made the unwise decision to try to chest-bump with Baker. Spoiler: it ended badly. (Akey was fine, once he got back to his feet.
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