NFL free agency doesn’t officially begin until March 14, meaning teams have two weeks to evaluate the sport’s newest hot prospect: Though he lacks the height of a traditional defensive back at about two and a half feet, he’s got agility and closing speed like you’ve never seen, will be every teammate’s best friend (so long as they stay away from his bones), and is a very, very good boy. Yes he is.
That would be the Irvine police dog who took matters into his own paws when his human police couldn’t track down an alleged carjacker earlier this week. The dog chased the suspect down, leapt from a considerable distance, and took his man to the pavement.
— NBC Los Angeles (@NBCLA) February 27, 2018
NFL fans whose teams are light on defense were eager to sign the pup up.
— Cheebz (@CheebznCrackers) February 27, 2018
We found the new @RAIDERS MLB!!! Sign that mofo to a 4 year deal w/ mad money guaranteed!!!! LMAO!!!
— Ismael Hermosillo (@YouDontKnowISH_) February 27, 2018
Get that dog a fucking contract
— Addison Harris (@AddisonAlan) February 27, 2018
This dog is a hero. Look at him run that guy down! #trueathlete
— Manh DC (@caoticvet) February 27, 2018
You can’t coach that speed that’s just God given talent right there
— Devin (@Gprime21_) February 27, 2018
Closing. Speed. https://t.co/2PMWxi2YNq
— Eric Milazzo (@EricMilazzo) February 27, 2018
@abbie11387 skip to like the 30 second mark, this dog could play in the NFL.
— John Winters (@johnofsteel) February 27, 2018
That K9 closed like Primetime on Monday night.
— Alex Davis (@HoosierAl111) February 27, 2018
Gonna have to disagree with that last one; the dog actually made the tackle.