Anthony Adams Dishes on Why He Announced NFL Retirement in Hilarious White Castle Video
Defense tackle Anthony Adams announced his retirement in a most unusual way. After spending nine seasons playing in the NFL, Adams found himself in announcing his retirement in a White Castle restaurant to, well, no one.
The hilariously entertaining video is posted on YouTube and has gone viral. Adams joined Fox and Friends
to share why he decided to do this. “I wanted to show White Castle some love since I drive by it every day,” he joked.
It turns out the video wasn’t all for laughs. Adams teamed up with the fast food chain to raise money for autism research. White Castle will donate one dollar for every like, comment or share the video receives.
Adams’ retirement video raised $25,000 dollars in just 24 hours.
Watch the Fox and Friends interview below to find out why Adams tweeted this after the show:
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