Alvin Kamara gives Predators shoutout as he tries his hand at hockey

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Alvin Kamara is living his best life in Montana.
New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara is living his best life during theNFL offseason. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)

Arguably the NFL's most versatile offensive weapon, New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara almost makes football look too easy, so perhaps he's in need of a new challenge.

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Kamara posted a video Tuesday evening, skating and stickhandling at an outdoor rink in Montana.

If this is his first time playing hockey, he's pretty damn good. Kamara is a natural skater, his stickhandling needs improvement but would certainly get better with more reps (although most coaches would advise him to skate with his head up) and his shooting certainly needs work, too.

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The 25-year-old is certainly living his best life during the NFL offseason and gave the Nashville Predators a quick shoutout, too. He also rocked a Preds jersey while hitting the slopes earlier in the day.

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While the Predators are expected to be one of the more intriguing teams ahead of next month's trade deadline, we can only imagine what it'd be like if they picked up Kamara as a mid-season rental.

In another life, Kamara would be one hell of a hockey player. He's one of the toughest backs in the NFL to bring down because of his spatial intelligence, exceptional balance and ability to cut on a dime without losing much speed, qualities that would serve him well in the NHL.

For now, one can only dream of Kamara's prospects as a two-sport star, as the second-team All-Pro running back is continuing to live his best life during the offseason.

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