Colt McCoy’s Wedding Song: “When I Grow Up I Want to Be Just Like…”

July 21, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

There is no traditional hazing for Cleveland Browns rookies—head coach Eric Mangini would never stand for physical attacks on his players—but locker room humiliation on the other hand?

Fair game.

It's been an NFL player tradition to have the rookies stand up and sing a song, traditionally their college fight song, in front of the rest of the locker room. One Cleveland Browns rookie however, may just have received a hazing in front of the world thanks to his best friends.

While Colt McCoy was being married to his new bride Rachel Glandorf last Saturday, his friends, including Cincinnati Bengals rookie Jordan Shipley and country musician Aaron Watson, were writing and performing a tribute to him in a country western song called, "When I Grow Up I Want to Be Just Like Colt McCoy."

The song tells of Colt's exploits and hometown exaggerations of his greatness, but mostly it simply makes for a hilarious parody song that will have people si...

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