Subscribe today! Gross just couldn't ignore the urge any longer. Maybe it was the humidity or all that sweet tea, but in , after a decade of playing tackle in Carolina, Gross had finally reached his bathroom breaking point. It's simple math, really: Players drink gallons of water but can't leave the field for even 30 seconds for fear of a turnover happening midstream. Over the years, Gross had tried every technique NFL players and other hyper-hydrated athletes use to surreptitiously relieve themselves during games.
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Don't have an account yet? Get the most out of your experience with a personalized all-access pass to everything local on events, music, restaurants, news and more. Apparently, the Broncos wanted a similar splash of magic going into their Saturday playoff game against the Baltimore Ravens. That's our conclusion after seeing a team-produced video in which a player can be seen taking a leak at practice. Highlights below. Unfortunately, the clip isn't embeddable, so to see the whole thing, you'll have to click on this link.
NFL: How Do Football Players Go to the Bathroom During a Game?
Whenever you're watching a national sports event, there is a strong possibility that you might unwittingly be watching it while one of the competitors are peeing right in front of you. This list compiles a number of episodes when athletes have done their duty. Many of these folks play at the highest levels of sports, and there are a multitude of reasons they've relieved themselves on the job. Sometimes, it's simply exhaustion, with athletes who are so spent that they simply can't control those particular muscles.