Kyle Rudolph Said Reporter Scammed Him Into Signing Game Worn Gloves Only To Have Them Sold on eBay

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This is horrible.

Minnesota Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph thought he was making a nice donation to charity only to end up being scammed.

After catching four passes for 31 yards and a touchdown — the game winning touchdown — in last week’s playoff victory over the New Orleans Saints, Rudolph was asked by a media member, who the tight end didn’t name, for his gloves to auction them off at a charity benefit.

Rudolph, who is nominated for the 2019 Walter Payton Man of the Year award didn’t think twice and made the kind act.


Unfortunately, on Thursday, Rudolph discovered that those gloves were being sold on eBay, and it’s clear the 30-year-old was not happy with the move:

The person who purchased them off eBay came forward and offered to donate them to charity.

Rudolph took him up on the offer and even said he will give his gloves from the upcoming game against the 49ers: