Chris “Swaggy” Baker knows the importance of trying to stay in shape as a youngster in his early teens.
Baker said he was about 6-feet tall and weighed around 200 pounds by the time he was 10 years old, so his incredible size and strength was both a blessing and a curse.
Baker and running back Alfred Morris on Tuesday went to Godwin Middle School for an NFL Play 60 event in which the 2012 Play 60 Super School of the Year was also awarded a $10,000 check to further physical education.
Baker talked with the kids about maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and then let his actions do the talking by going through the various Play 60 stations with the students (see above).
Spoiler: the video ends with Baker and a group of students imitating “Happy Days” character Arthur Fonzarelli (see right).
Anyway, Tuesday’s event certainly wasn’t the first time the colorful Baker has been caught on camera showing off his swagalicious style.
- Baker was having a ball prior to the preseason opener against the Buffalo Bills
- He was getting crunk prior to the preseason game vs. the Chicago Bears.
- And he was digging the brass sound of a live band playing “Rock And Roll” (also known as the “Hey!” song) prior to the Redskins’ game against the New Orleans Saints.
Whatever the case may be, it’s definitely great to have such a positive, fun-loving role model for local kids to look up to like No. 92.
(Special thanks to Redskins Broadcast Network and Jessica Monaldo for the mic’d up video above.)
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