Thursday, May 27, 2010

Jared Allen, ex-Chief, pulls a Samson, loses mullet

Posted By on Thu, May 27, 2010 at 8:15 AM

click to enlarge Once cited as a source of his power, Jared Allen's mullet met the dustbin.
  • Once cited as a source of his power, Jared Allen's mullet met the dustbin.

Pro footballer Jared Allen hasn't played a down for the Chiefs since 2007. Yet until a current player finds himself in an Arizona bar, threatening to write checks with some homeboy's name, he remains the team's most interesting player.

Alas, Allen's connection to Kansas City gets weaker by the day. The All-Pro recently annulled the Missouri compromise that once shot fiercely out of the back of his helmet.

Allen cut off the mullet in anticipation of his wedding, according to a blog hosted by the Minnesota Vikings, the defensive end's current employer. "The things men do for love," Allen said of the severing.

Until his fateful spin in the barber's chair, the sack-happy Allen had served as a proud spokesman for mullets and mullet culture. He even promoted a mullet-generating iPhone app.

In the video (below), the defensive end expands on the "business in the front, party in the back" aspect of his once mighty ape drape.

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