Younghoe Koo of the Atlanta Falcons pleaded for assistance on Sunday after revealing that his Jeep had been taken, along with some of his football equipment.
Younghoe Koo’s truck was stolen, and all he wants is his cleats back.
Koo, who spent time in the NFL before making the Pro Bowl in 2020, shared a snapshot of a vehicle that had vanished from a parking spot. He stated that all he wanted was for his cleats to be returned.
He wrote, “MFs stole my Jeep smh.” “However, could you just return my cleats?”
“I won’t even be mad buddy, just bring all my cleats back so I can kick,” he continued.
Since posting the photographs on his Instagram Stories, Koo hasn’t provided an update on his stolen vehicle.
The South Korean native began his NFL career with the Los Angeles Chargers in 2017.
He appeared in four games and converted three of his six field goal attempts. From 40 yards or more away from the goalposts, he went only 1-for-4.
He was a member of the Alliance of American Football’s Atlanta Legends before joining the New England Patriots’ practise squad for the 2019 season.
He wouldn’t play in another game until later in the 2019 season, when he joined the Falcons.
Before the 2020 season, he signed a one-year extension with the Falcons. He also lead the NFL in made field goals in 2020. (37).
He went 37-for-39, including a 54-yard field goal, which was a personal best.
In the summer, he re-signed with the Falcons and is expected to start as their kicker in 2021.
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