NFL Player Holds Three-second, Two-word Press Conference

NFL Player Holds Three-second, Two-word Press Conference
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An NFL player may have just claimed the record for the shortest press conference ever, leaving the room after just three seconds.

Houston Texans quarterback Tom Savage arrived for a post-game presser following his side’s 23-16 loss at the hands of the Baltimore Ravens, where he muttered just two words before walking out.

It turned out that basically no media actually attended the press conference, so you can understand why Savage decided to cut it so short.

And it didn’t of course stop someone from making an hilarious analogy on Twitter:

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