Vikings charity Kyle Rudolph
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Minnesota Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph pulled off one of the most iconic catches in franchise history, helping his team beat the New Orleans Saints in overtime of their NFC Wildcard game last weekend.

Following the game, an unnamed media member approached Rudolph in the locker room asking him to sign the gloves he wore on that catch as a way to help with charity.

Rudolph obliged.

Sadly, this was apparently all a scam to help said media member earn money on eBay.

Duping a charity like that is just unethical. For less than $400? Come on, man.

Part of us wishes that Rudolph would call out the media member for this. Though, he seems to have too much class to do that.

Be better, ladies and germs.

Vincent Frank
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