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Minnesota Vikings wideout K.J. Osborn may have made the biggest and most crucial play of his career, and it didn’t even happen in the gridiron.
The 25-year-old wide receiver shared on Twitter how he and three other ‘absolute heroes’ managed to pull a man out of a burning car after he suffered a car crash in Austin, Texas.
According to the reports, Osborn was traveling in an Uber when he saw the crashed vehicle.
He and his driver pulled over and helped rescue the man alongside a couple of bystanders.
Osborn later detailed how police officers explained that there was no way the man would’ve been able to get out of that car if it wasn’t for their help, so he took to Twitter to share his thoughts and some words of faith.
Right Place Right Time. pic.twitter.com/Jxcn0qBouC
— KJ Osborn (@KJ_Osborn) March 7, 2023
Fortunately, a report by Sky Sports stated that the man didn’t suffer any major injuries and was out of danger, with Osborn later stating that he intended to pay him a visit to the hospital.
Osborn has become one of the most prominent weapons in the Minnesota Vikings’ offense over the past couple of years, taking a step back to Justin Jefferson and Adam Thielen.
Over two seasons in Minneapolis, the former fifth-round pick has hauled in 1,305 yards and 12 scores for the Vikings, but none of those big plays have been as crucial as the one he did by just being in the right place at the right time and with a strong determination to help.
A true hero.
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