Matt Rhule wanted to add some fun to one of his training camp practices. He couldn’t possibly have known what a good decision he made.
Bears associate AD for football operations Sean Padden challenged a robotic tackling dummy to a race, which he won, but he also lost.
— Matt Rhule (@CoachMattRhule) August 4, 2017
Watch on the All-22 camera as the dummy realizes it’s going to lose the race and immediately plots a course for revenge.
— Ryan Kelly (@RyanKelly_BU) August 4, 2017
“I did it for humanity,” Padden said. “That’s a warning out there, because the machines aren’t going to fight fair.”
— Sean Padden (@SeanJpadden) August 4, 2017
Padden may have won the race, but he’s made an enemy for life.