Cuff ‘Em: Former Delaware Blue Hens Footballer Steals Chicken Wings, Hot Pockets In Apt. Raid

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We continue to be impressed by the creativity athletes possess in the time of need.

Sexual assault is always horrifying. Drunken driving is always just plain stupid since a cab costs $20.

And then we came across this story over the weekend of a senior University of Delaware football player who went on a food burglary spree and came away with $82 worth of goods – from unlocked apartments.


So what exactly did Julian James get away with?

A man entered an unlocked apartment while the two occupants were sleeping and raided the refrigerator, taking 100 frozen chicken wings, a pound of frozen salmon, 18 frozen Hot Pockets and 20 hamburger patties worth a total of $82, according to court records.

The salmon was a weird choice. Not exactly the easiest food to cook for a guy who’s brain is probably more wrapped around the microwave than a gas stove.

It seems James NFL Draft hopes (rated 105 out of 160 DT’s) are gone after this development.

So sad.

[Ex-UD football player charged in burglary]