Adult Website Offers Gardner Minshew Support Contract to Host Fitness Classes | Launderer report

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If all this NFL thing doesn’t work, Gardner Minshew II might already have a workaround.

The CamSoda adult website offered the Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback an endorsement contract worth up to $ 1 million. As part of the deal, Minshew would guide and live stream a naked or jockstrap-only exercise class (CBS Sports’ Will Brinson):

‘Minshew Mania’ quickly took over NFL world after sixth-round draft pick replaced injured man Nick foles in the opening week of the regular season. He threw for 488 yards, three touchdowns and one interception in two appearances.

More than his performance on the pitch, Minshew’s personality helped create more buzz: check here

As a result, fans may be learning more about the former Washington State star than they wanted to know. NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo said he used to only wear a jockstrap in the locker room when stretching before games:

Minshew has the chance to continue developing his legend on Thursday against the Tennessee Titans as the Jaguars seek their first win of the season.

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