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#4 Walls Can Hurt - Top 10 Most Embarrassing NFL Moments


In regards to celebrating a touchdown or a positive play, there was one touchdown former Redskins quarterback Gus Frerotte would like to forget. The date was November 23, 1997, and while playing against the New York Giants, Frerotte scored a touchdown and as he went through the end zone he made the ill-fated decision to head butt the wall behind the end zone. Seeing there was padding on the wall perhaps the Washington quarterback thought there would be no bad result. WRONG. Instead, he suffered a sprained neck and had to leave the game. This while wearing his helmet and he did it with such force not only did it make him dizzy; he experienced spasms from the spasmodic move.

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Harv Aronson

Harv Aronson was born and raised in Pittsburgh but now lives in Florida with his beautiful wife Melissa.

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