It’s about that time in the healing process for a laugh.
Eagles rookie Jordan Mailata has had a lot of firsts since coming to America and Philadelphia, and he added something new to his resume: Yoga.
Mailata, along with Mack Hollins and Matt Pryor joined fans for a night of yoga with Living Beyond Breast Cancer to kick off the start of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
I imagine it would be hard for anyone at 6’8 to be as flexible as some of these ladies, but Mailata at first seems very confused before toppling onto his head as he tried to mimic those around him.
It’s amazing, really:
The gigantic Australian doesn’t take himself too seriously, and seemed to enjoy the opportunity to try something new and spend time with members of the Eagles Community.
Such a blessing to be apart of @EaglesCommunity so much love for their community. To the many brave woman tonight who showed up with their families too, I say this. Thank you. Thank you for teaching me to make my days count and to not count my days!— Jordan Mailata (@jordan_mailata) October 2, 2018
And while it might have been the first time Matt Pryor tried yoga, he seemed to be a natural — and a good role model for the kid next to him.
It’s nice to see young players getting involved in their community and embracing these opportunities to reach out to fans and do good.