It’s become a new trend at both the pro and college level for those who have worn the winged helmet.
First, former Michigan football edge rusher Aidan Hutchinson made waves with his impressive one-handed interception. Then, current Wolverine Kris Jenkins managed to pick off Bowling Green’s quarterback and return it to the goal line in Week 3. In Week 5, Kenneth Grant was the recipient of a ball tipped at the line by Braiden McGregor against Nebraska.
Now the trend has returned to the pro ranks, where Cleveland Browns defensive tackle Mo Hurst tipped a Seattle Seahawks pass and went all tip-drill on it until he came down with the football, marking the fourth interception by a defensive lineman who either currently or use to play for the Wolverines to make such a play.
so nice you HAVE to see this twice 🤩
— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) October 29, 2023