Officer Stops To Be Quarterback In Neighborhood Kids' Football Game

Feb 11, 2014

Patrol Officer Craig Walsh is no Joe Montana, but for a few kids in Erial, N.J., he's certainly a Hall of Fame quarterback.

A resident filmed the officer taking time out of his day to play football with some neighborhood kids, FOX 29 reported. Gloucester Township Police posted the video above to its Facebook page, where they identified the officer.

The video surfaced online just a month after a patrol car's dash cam caught an officer in Rosenberg, Texas, stopping to toss the pigskin with a young boy who was playing football by himself.

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