Younghoe Koo didn’t have the perfect weekend. He walked out to his black Jeep Grand Cherokee on Sunday to find it wasn’t the place he parked it, nor was it anyplace in sight. It seems it had been stolen — he identified on his Instagram account — ruining his day totally. However for as a lot as Koo was upset somebody determined to swipe his Jeep, he was that rather more involved concerning the instruments of his commerce that had been contained in the automobile.
The 26-year-old kicker needs his cleats again greater than something.
“MFs stole my Jeep smh,” Koo wrote whereas observing an empty parking house. “Are you able to simply carry my cleats again, although? I will not even be mad bro — simply carry all my cleats again so I can go kick.”
That is dedication of the very best order.
Koo joined the Falcons in 2019 after what was a little bit of a journey — starting as an undrafted kicker for the Los Angeles Chargers in 2017 earlier than occurring to play for the Atlanta Legends (2019) within the now-defunct AAF. He spent a brief stint with the New England Patriots later that 12 months however was by no means promoted to the lively roster, having been launched much less after spending lower than two weeks on the staff’s apply squad. His grind paid off ultimately, nevertheless, when he joined the Falcons because the alternative for future Corridor of Fame kicker Matt Bryant and have become an prompt hit.
In 2020, he was named each a Professional Bowler and a First-Staff All-Professional for the primary time in his profession. Koo signed a one-year contract extension with the membership this offseason, and as he tries to parlay his success right into a longterm deal, it stands to motive he’d like his cleats again ahead of later, in order that he can get again to the enterprise at hand with coaching camp nearing.
And if the thief want to return his Jeep as effectively, he’d recognize that, too.