There's a surprisingly large number of talented singers in the NFL. Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen has a quality R&B voice, while Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker is known for his booming vocals. New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman, however, is FIRMLY not in that exclusive club, as evidenced by his nails-on-a-chalkboard rendition of The Eagles' "Hotel California."
And with Julian Edelman's rendition of "Hotel California," the Patriots have lost to The Eagles once again. pic.twitter.com/gST5wO8vCZ— Dakota Randall (@DakRandallNESN) May 19, 2019
Glenn Frey is rolling over in his grave after hearing that.
Because Edelman either wants us to suffer or he genuinely believes he's a good singer, he kept on ruining the legacy of Don Henley.
Don't worry, Foreigner fans. Edelman also ruined "Juke Box Hero." It's marginally better than Hotel California, but that is not a compliment.
His "Jukebox Hero" performance was pretty rough, too. pic.twitter.com/zlOXleQ9eS— Dakota Randall (@DakRandallNESN) May 19, 2019
Look, Julian. You're an incredibly talented receiver and a key cog in the greatest dynasty in the history of football. You're just not anywhere close to being a good singer. On behalf of all of our eardrums, maybe tone it down.
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