Thursday February 11th, 2016

Andy Dalton is good at throwing footballs but he is very bad at the logistics of putting luggage into cars, as the Bengals star recently had two suitcases fly out of the bed of his pickup truck and onto a highway in Texas.

The quarterback somehow failed to notice that his bags fell out the back of his car on the drive and when he got home he used Twitter to send out an APB for two black suitcases in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

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After a few hours of Dalton waiting, a hero appeared in the form of Robert L., who saw the bags and dropped them at a police department.

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Eventually the Cincinnati quarterback got his luggage back and posted a celebration picture to let everyone know he had been reunited with his things.

Dalton promised a reward to whoever found his bags, so Robert L should be expecting something cool soon.

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