Zo gonna Zo: Bills LB Lorenzo Alexander offers veteran advice to Zay, Tre’Davious
For those of you not on Twitter, Buffalo Bills linebacker Lorenzo Alexander did something on the social media site that many might enjoy seeing.
Buffalo Bills youngsters Zay Jones and Tre’Davious White were discussing some food options in the Buffalo region.
Jones asked his followers where the best places to Buffalo were. White decided to rep his home state of Louisiana in a response.
Jones gave some friendly banter right back, saying that White needs to put the Cajun food down. He’s got a Pro Bowl to play in next year.
Enter your veteran in Alexander. He let the youthful-duo know that Pro Bowl’s aren’t just given out. They’re earned:
Which is something Alexander would know all about. Alexander, a 12-year vet, entered the NFL as an undrafted player in 2005. After bouncing around the league and changing positions on the field, Alexander found himself to have a knack for special teams.
In 2012, Alexander earned a Pro Bowl nod as a special teamer. Then after 10 years in the NFL, Alexander earned his first Pro Bowl nod as a defensive player with the Bills after racking up 12.5 sacks.
Neat exchange between the players.
Also: Cajun food is great.