May the Fourth of May be with your spirit!
In honor of international Star War Day, we’re going to take a look at which NFL players are members of the Sith!
Longtime Sith Lord JJ Watt has retired, but don’t worry, fans of JJ! Now that Disney is in charge, you just know he’ll be back! Maybe we’ll even see a younger version of JJ Watt in a prequel!
With Mr. Watt’s retirement, Defensive End Calais Campbell has been promoted to the Master Sith role. Mr. Campbell was inducted into the Sith following his 2019 season with the Jacksonville Jaguars. He currently is doing his Sith deeds with the Atlanta Falcons.
In true Sith fashion, sometimes the apprentice is a bigger name than the Master, whose identity would be shrouded in secrecy if not for the uniform patches. The current Sith apprentice is none other than Denver Broncos QB Russell Wilson.
The Sith have recently added a third member to the mix! Earlier this year, Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott became a card-carrying member.
“Experts long thought there were only two Sith at a time and the organization was just trash at succession planning,” said one Human Resources associate and nerd. “But clearly that is not always the case. The evidence: Count Dooku and Asajj Ventress.”
“Ventress wasn’t actually allowed to be a Sith,” said an even nerdier nerd. “So the Rule of Two still applies.”
We don’t know what any of that means, but in any case, welcome to the Sith, Dak Prescott! They are lucky to have you!