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


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]