A painful case of mistaken identity

Posted by Darren Urban on October 21, 2009 – 10:32 am

Kids say the darndest things, right?

So the group of Cardinals were out doing the Hometown Huddle thing Tuesday when the players stood up in front of a handful of kids to explain what was going on for the day. Wide receiver Jerheme Urban was the emcee, and at one point he started talking about captains. Linebacker Karlos Dansby is one, so Urban pointed to big No. 58 and asked the kids, “Does anyone know who this is?” The response, which brought laughs from everyone and drove Dansby to double over like he had been socked in the gut: “Reggie Wells.”

Later, Dansby could just shake his head. “He must have meant Beanie Wells. Not Reggie,” Dansby insisted. “They couldn’t be thinking Reggie. I’m not that overweight. I know (strength and conditioning coach John) Lott’s been on me for my weight, but come on, man.”


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6 Responses to “A painful case of mistaken identity”

  1. By AZSportzFan on Oct 21, 2009 | Reply

    That is funny!

  2. By aaaaudio on Oct 21, 2009 | Reply

    Reggie, protector of the Gloved One! Looks like Beanie has some work to do to get his name out like Reggie. lol

  3. By Eric on Oct 21, 2009 | Reply

    Levi Brown has often been mistaken for a turnstile during games, so this is minor.

  4. By CardsDNA on Oct 21, 2009 | Reply

    OMG, that is priceless. Its like playing the mens wharhouse thing at the game and being soooooo off.

  5. By CardsDNA on Oct 21, 2009 | Reply

    forgot to say a big TY to the website team for getting the mobil site version going. So much nicer to use on my phone now. 🙂

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