Dexter McCluster is versatile

It’s been a big month for Chiefs all purpose player Dexter McCluster.  He won the AFC’s special teams player of the week award in the opener.  Now he’s successfully launched a promising rap/dance career.

Behold: McCluster’s commercial warning against the dangers of texting and driving.

Favorite line: “Listen up, because I got a story to tell.  When, you’re on the road, don’t LOL.”

Hat tip goes to Shutdown Corner.

UPDATE: More DMC goodness.

26 responses to “Dexter McCluster is versatile

  1. I live in a Cellular South service area… and can’t stand this stupid commercial – on a related note, McCluster was dropped from my Fantasy roster yesterday…
    Hail to the Redskins

  2. That was great. Finally an athlete using tools like youtube or twitter for something other then making a fool of himself. Way to go Dex.

  3. $20 says this was choreographed by a white man in a suite.
    Who does the Harlem Shake anymore?!?! Seriously, that’s some white people sh*#t right there.

  4. # CarlHess1 says: September 23, 2010 1:20 PM
    Darren McFadden doesnt have or deserve an abbreviation or nickname. Hes Darren Mcfadden, thats it.
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    So you are saying the #2 rusher in the NFL right now is less proven than a rookie kick returner?

  5. Your website supposedly screens comments before posting them, yet this article is full of homophobic and racist remarks. What exactly are you screening these comments for? I can understand allowing the ignorance if it is football related, but it is pathetic to see people playing on racial and sexual stereotypes with no other substantive meaning in their comments. It is even more discouraging to see that these kind of comments are actually pre-screened; someone, somewhere, is actually continuing with their day seeing nothing wrong with this.

  6. jdg3 says:
    September 23, 2010 1:33 PM
    # CarlHess1 says: September 23, 2010 1:20 PM
    Darren McFadden doesnt have or deserve an abbreviation or nickname. Hes Darren Mcfadden, thats it.
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    So you are saying the #2 rusher in the NFL right now is less proven than a rookie kick returner?
    ————————————————————————————-
    I’ll say it: Yes, yes he is. Just re-read what you said, specifically the “right now” part… Something tells me Darren McFadden isn’t going to hold off guys like Maurice Jones-Drew, DeAngelo Williams, et al for very long.

  7. They played this on the jumbotron at the Ole Miss/Vandy home game last weekend. We (Rebels fans) badly wanted to cheer for Dex, especially after he made us proud with that opening MNF performance vs SD…but this commercial is just too much. It’s played nonstop on tv and the picture is on billboards down here, too. DMC overload.

  8. nickv360 says:
    September 23, 2010 2:06 PM
    Your website supposedly screens comments before posting them, yet this article is full of homophobic and racist remarks. What exactly are you screening these comments for? I can understand allowing the ignorance if it is football related, but it is pathetic to see people playing on racial and sexual stereotypes with no other substantive meaning in their comments. It is even more discouraging to see that these kind of comments are actually pre-screened; someone, somewhere, is actually continuing with their day seeing nothing wrong with this
    ___________________________________
    What you think a black person would honestly have him rap over a beat with no bass to it. No knock to it and have him do a dance that’s almost a decade old?!? If it were black person then he’d have some shades on and some h**s in the background and actually driving while texting, and drunk. Wit his fuity self.
    See now I’m equally racist, sexist, and homophobic, feel better?

  9. – on a related note, McCluster was dropped from my Fantasy roster yesterday…
    xXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    I’m sure Dexter is very destraught by this news

  10. nick, fer realz?
    How long have you been reading the comments section here? Or any sports related comments section for that matter.

  11. nickv360 says:
    September 23, 2010 2:06 PM
    Your website supposedly screens comments before posting them, yet this article is full of homophobic and racist remarks. What exactly are you screening these comments for? I can understand allowing the ignorance if it is football related, but it is pathetic to see people playing on racial and sexual stereotypes with no other substantive meaning in their comments. It is even more discouraging to see that these kind of comments are actually pre-screened; someone, somewhere, is actually continuing with their day seeing nothing wrong with this
    log off the internet u don’t belong on PFT

  12. If you knew anything about his past you would understand why he would do a commercial like this – corny or not
    Before you criticize, think about why he would do to this…he and Greg Hardy, a former Ole Miss teammate – now Carolina Panther, got in a real bad car accident last year
    Don’t hate on a dude doin something for the betterment of society…he’s also very religious and you can look up his testimonies – you gonna hate on him for that too?

  13. After watching that, I have a new appreciation for the NFL execs who try to keep the players from dancing after TDs.

  14. Don’t hate on a dude doin something for the betterment of society…he’s also very religious and you can look up his testimonies – you gonna hate on him for that too?
    XXX
    I think hate is a strong word. He’s probably taking worse crap from his teamates in the locker room than he is on here.
    What group of guys doesn’t get together and make fun of each other over something regardless of their intentions?

  15. That’s right kids, keep bouf hands on the wheel, or it could be your last breaf.
    Eat your f*cking vegetables too.

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