Chicago Bears stud Kyle Long (look above to the left. WOOF!!) was caught completely naked on the internet following his team’s win against The Washington Redskins last week.
Bears Running Back Tarik Cohen went live on his Instagram in the locker room when the game concluded. A totally naked Long, 30, appeared in the background, unbeknowst to him at the time (you can see a screenshot here).
It’s a situation that the bearded hunk is taking in stride. “Had I known that I would be full nude on the internet, I probably would have prepared a little bit more,” Long told The Chicago Sun-Times after initially saying that the incident was jokingly ’embarrassing.’ “But moving forward, you live and you learn.”
“(Cohen) texted me immediately . . . ‘I’m so sorry.’ I said, ‘Dude, it’s OK. [Stuff] happens.’ What are you gonna do?” he continued. “The plane ride home was comedy club, as you can imagine.”
“I was trying to go shower, then next thing you know you’re on the internet. It was unfortunate, but we’re moving forward.”
Cohen, who violated an NFL policy by going live inside the Bears locker room (not to be confused with bears in a locker room, wink wink), felt awful about what went down.
“It was unintentional, but it’s my fault because I shouldn’t have been on social media in the locker room,” he said. “I reached out to Coach (Matt) Nagy immediately, before he even found out about it. I wanted him to know that it was my fault, my bad, and that I was willing to take responsibility.”
Looks like we won’t be seeing the Virginia native in ESPN’s The Body Issue unlike his NFL counterparts. The Philadelphia Eagles linemen (Jason Kelce, Lane Johnson, Brandon Brooks, Isaac Seumalo and Halapoulivaati Vaitai) dropped trou for the magazine’s latest spread that was released in early September 2019.