When he's not handing down big-time suspensions and hard-assing the players, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell seems to have a good time. During Thursday night's broadcast of the NFL draft he greeted all the players on the stage with a long, strong hug. However, somehow Goodell managed to find time to work on a special handshake with future San Diego Charger Melvin Ingram.
Either that or Goodell has a natural ability to pick up on complicated handshakes and do them at a moment's notice.
When Ingram comes across the stage, he and Goodell exchange a standard front-slap, back-slap, triple slap before getting into the requisite bear hug. All of which Goodell pulls off with aplomb.
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