NFL commissioner Roger Goodell pulled off a classy move for a veteran of the Marines.
In a Twitter video shared by the league, Goodell hopped on a video chat with Darryl Vincent, who served in the Marine Corps, to surprise him with tickets to Super Bowl LVI in Los Angeles. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)
Watch the awesome exchange below. It’s pretty great.
Darryl Vincent, a Marine veteran and COO of U.S. VETS, has spent the majority of his life serving his country.
— NFL (@NFL) January 13, 2022
Surprising a veteran who has dedicated his life to helping other veterans with Super Bowl tickets is the definition of a class act.
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— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) December 9, 2021
You can dislike Goodell all you want, and there’s plenty of justified reasons to not like him, but you also have to tip your cap when it’s appropriate.
Anyone who takes care of veterans and helps them out is someone I’m going to applaud. It’s that simple.
Roger Goodell taunting the crowd and daring people to boo him is honestly the most self-aware thing he’s ever done in his life.
The NFL draft is off to a hot start.
— David Hookstead (@dhookstead) April 30, 2021
Props to the NFL and Goodell for pulling off a great move for Darryl Vincent!