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St. Louis Rams linebacker Jo-Lonn Dunbar has been in the NFL for seven seasons but he made a rookie mistake by falling asleep on a training table in the team's locker room, and his teammates made him pay for it.

By Extra Mustard
October 09, 2014

St. Louis Rams linebacker Jo-Lonn Dunbar has been in the NFL for seven seasons but he made a rookie mistake by falling asleep on a training table in the team's locker room, and his teammates made him pay for it.

With Halloween approaching, the team put a tombstone above the sleeping Dunbar, in addition to covering him with baby powder, toilet paper and some safety cones.

All of this commotion would surely wake up the average napper, but even an air horn fired off by teammate Chris Long barely rouses Dunbar, who informs everyone, "they don't make 'em like me anymore," before immediately returning to sleep.

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I'll miss you @jdunbar58

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And before he went back to sleep for another 30 minutes he told me "they don't make em like me anymore." It was a #napfortheages

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Dunbar should be more upset that his co-workers do not know how to spell his first name correctly than any of their mid-nap shenanigans.

 
-Brendan Maloy

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