On the eve of the Super Bowl, Denver Broncos rookie offensive lineman Robert Myers was super hungry.
How hungry? Hungry enough to order an UberX (he is a rookie after all) to take him to the nearest Target.
"He got some Doritos and a few other things," his San Francisco-based Uber driver Lucien Remy told ThePostGame on Saturday night.
"I took him from the Marriott to the Target and waited for him. ... And made sure I got him back to the hotel because I knew I would be in really deep sh** if I didn't get him to his hotel safe and sound."
Remy said the pick-up occurred at 9:45 p.m. and that he had him back by 10 p.m. (The Broncos have been headquartered at the Santa Clara Marriott.) The driver documented the occasion by taking this selfie with Myers at the Target store.
It has been quite a year for the rookie guard. At the NFL Draft Combine last February, the Tennessee State lineman earned the nickname "Quadzilla" because of his massive, 33-inch quadriceps.
The Ravens drafted him in the fifth round but cut him from the 53-man roster in training camp. The Colts claimed him off waivers. He spent five days with the Colts on their active roster in September. The Colts waived him on Sept. 11, and he returned to Baltimore's practice squad 10 days later. Then on Dec. 30, the Broncos filled the vacated 53rd spot on their roster by signing Myers off the Ravens' practice squad. And now he's in the Super Bowl.
But not before picking up some snacks at Target.
Which begs the question: I know the hotel mini-bars are super-expensive, but don't they exist for this exact purpose?
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