Green Bay Packers Players Force Rookies To Pay Massive $33K Bill at Restaurant
It’s a timeless tradition that shows no signs of stopping anytime soon. At this point, it begs the question, why do rookies in the NFL continue to go out to dinner with the veterans when they know what will happen in the end?
On Friday, Green Bay Packers veterans went out to eat at Capital Grille in Denver, Colorado, and they left the rookies on the team with a massive bill to cover.
Packers OT David Bakhtiari posted the damage:
— David Bakhtiari (@DBak69) August 26, 2017
Three Remy Martins for $915. Twelve glasses of Macallan 25 ran them $2,580. Four bottles of Merus Cabernet Sauvignon cost $6,000. Seven bottles of Lafite Rothschild totaled $18,900.