Mark Sanchez must feel very secure. How else can you explain the six-year NFL veteran's move he pulled Wednesday on social media? The new Philadelphia Eagles quarterback posted an Instagram video featuring offensive tackle Lane Johnson and tight end Zach Ertz together in an Epsom salt bath. Not exactly the most flattering clip. And not exactly the best way to ingratiate yourself to new teammates. The caption read:
Had to get these boys on camera snuggling up in the Epsom salt bat … Smh … trying to hid their faces too! "2 Guys 1 Tub" starring: LANE JOHNSON and ZACH ERTZ
Johnson and Ertz looked less than amused to be caught in a rather embarrassing position as well. The pair tried to cover their faces as Sanchez recorded away — then posted on the internet for everyone to see. Now, we're all for spicing things up during the tedious nature of training camp. We've seen ridiculous haircuts, superstar quarterbacks dancing to fan chants and even manis/pedis. But publicly embarrassing your peers? An interesting decision from someone whose decision-making on the field has been questioned by fans. And, oh yeah, there was that video from last summer starring Sanchez. Maybe he was just trying to deflect.
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