Watch: Trey Hendrickson makes holding four balls and catching a punted fifth look easy
Surrounded by the NFL's top players at a Pro Bowl skills competition, Trey Hendrickson's latest feat left Cincinnati Bengals' fans wondering if there's anything the star defensive end can't do on the football field.
Hendrickson, representing the team along with receiver Ja'Marr Chase in Las Vegas at the skills competitions and first-ever AFC vs. NFC Flag football games, showed impressive ball-catching skills as he held four footballs and successfully caught a fifth while fielding a punt on Thursday.
It was among Day 1 highlights of the Pro Bowl festivities that continue through Sunday. Hendrickson has led the Bengals in sacks in each of his first two seasons in Cincinnati.
Video from the NFL via Twitter:
Trey Hendrickson caught 5! 🏈🏈🏈🏈🏈 @Bengals
📺: 2023 #ProBowlGames on ESPN pic.twitter.com/QV7CKJOi9Q
— NFL (@NFL) February 3, 2023
And another Hendrickson video from the Bengals via Twitter:
It appears Trey learned a thing or two from Joey B.
#ProBowlGames Sunday on ESPN pic.twitter.com/abz8jOjKCC
— Cincinnati Bengals (@Bengals) February 3, 2023
Earlier this week, Hendrickson and several Cincinnati teammates were honored at a Columbus Blue Jackets game, and Hendrickson visited the team's radio booth during the visit:
@Bengals 🤝 @BlueJacketsNHL
Big thanks to Trey Hendrickson for stopping by the #CBJ Radio booth tonight. pic.twitter.com/Qi2h5skuCK
— Dylan Tyrer (@DylanTyrer) February 1, 2023
Bengals fans have argued throughout the week on social media that Hendrickson was held by the Chiefs' Orlando Brown on quarterback Patrick Mahomes' scramble in the final moments of the AFC championship.
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