Wide out Niles Paul posted video of Kasitati singing and players joining in and waving cell phones around like lighters. Coach Jay Gruden, it was a highlight of the team’s annual rookie tradition.
“He was good because we’ve had some pretty poor performances up to that point,” Gruden said Thursday. “I think Nate Sudfeld, he didn’t get on TV because he was so bad as a singer. He got booed off the stage. (Receiver Josh) Doctston got booed off the stage. We’ve had a couple guys get booed off the stage, so it’s been a tough crowd.”
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