A.J. Hawk Helpfully Cools Guy Off at Charity Golf Event

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Michael Garcia - June 28, 2012

A.J. Hawk is a humanitarian. He takes time out to play in charity golf events to help out in Ohio, where he played at THE Ohio State University. Also on hand were fellow former Buckeyes Troy Smith, Doug Datish and Bobby Carpenter.

In all, seven current and former NFL players were on hand to raise money for a local charity. So after the round, an impromptu game of touch football breaks out on the course near the clubhouse.

I'm guessing it was hot that day, because local businessman Bill Griffin apparently needed to cool down since after he caught a pass, Hawk introduced Griffin to a course lake with a nice shove. Or he's just a football player who likes messing with people. One or the other.

via Deadspin

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