Bobby Wagner destroys fan on field with tackle, impresses Peyton Manning during 49ers vs. Rams. Check it out in this article.
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Bobby Joseph Wagner is an American football middle linebacker for the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League (NFL).
|June 27, 1990
Los Angeles, California
|6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
|242 lb (110 kg)
|Colony (Ontario, California)
|Utah State (2008–2011)
|2012 / Round: 2 / Pick: 47
He played college football at Utah State, and was drafted in the second round of the 2012 NFL Draft by the Seattle Seahawks, who he played for until the end of the 2021 season.
Wagner attended Colony High School in Ontario, California, where he played high school football for the Titans. In 2007, he registered 125 tackles (92 solo, 33 assists), including four sacks as a senior. He also played tight end, tallying 37 catches for 595 yards with 11 touchdowns.
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An animal rights protester running across the field during “Monday Night Football” was taken out by two of the players in a moment caught on video.
The protester interrupted the game between the Los Angeles Rams and San Francisco 49ers at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif.
He eluded security as he trailed pink vapor, but he couldn’t duck two of the Rams: linebacker Bobby Wagner and defensive end Takkarist McKinley.
“I just saw somebody running on the field, and he looked like he wasn’t supposed to be on the field,” Wagner said after the game. “So I saw security was having a little problem, so I helped them out.”
Peyton and Eli Manning had some fun with the moment on the Manningcast on ESPN2.
“Amateur hour there,” Eli said dismissively. “If you’re gonna streak, you gotta go full-throttle and go nude, right? I mean, what is this?”
“This is one of those gender reveals,” one of the radio broadcasters said, perhaps jokingly. “Somebody at home is having a girl.”
The Los Angeles Rams weren’t able to tackle Deebo Samuel on a long receiving touchdown on Monday night, but they did make an impressive tackle on a fan.
After a fan ran onto the field during Monday’s showdown with the San Francisco 49ers, Bobby Wagner delivered a massive hit to allow security to catch him.
The game had to be temporarily stopped when the fan proceeded to run on the field. It remains to be seen why the fan was running on the field with no shirt on and a smoke bomb, however, Wagner wasn’t going to allow him to run much farther up the field.
Takkarist McKinley was also prepared to tackle the fan alongside Wagner near the sidelined. In a first half where the Rams only managed to score six points and Matthew Stafford was sacked four times, the All-Pro linebacker’s tackle on the fan has been one of the highlights of the game thus far.
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Shortly before halftime of the Los Angeles Rams’ 24-9 Monday night loss to the San Francisco 49ers, a fan ran across the field with what appeared to be a device letting out pink smoke.
As the fan sprinted toward the Rams sideline, Bobby Wagner said he noticed that security at Levi’s Stadium could use some help.
Rams linebacker Takkarist McKinley came toward the person then Wagner stepped in and laid him out with a big hit.
“That’s not making a play,” Wagner said. “That’s just keeping it safe. You don’t know what that fan got or what they’re doing. You see it all the time, and we don’t know what they’re carrying in their pockets. It’s whatever that little smoke stuff is, but that s— could be dangerous.
“One of the guys on the other side, it looked like he got hurt, and security looked like he was struggling, so I was frustrated, so I took it out on him.”
The collision left a noticeable mark on the field near the 40-yard line.
“I saw Bobby Wagner take somebody out,” 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan said. “That was kind of cool to see.”
A fan also ran onto the field with a device letting out pink smoke earlier in Monday night’s game but was stopped by security.
A protestor’s evening met a violent end in Monday night’s game between the Los Angeles Rams and host San Francisco 49ers.
With seconds remaining in the first half, a man ran onto the field at Levi’s Stadium carrying a pink smoke flare. He sprinted across the the 30-yard line during a break in play toward the Rams’ sideline. This turned out to be a bad decision.
As yellow-clad security staffers struggled to keep up, a pair of Rams defenders saw their opportunity. The protestor turned up field when he reached the sideline in front of the Rams bench.
Defensive end Takkarist McKinley took his shot. He chased the protestor directly into the path of All-Pro linebacker Bobby Wagner, who trucked him into the turf.
Security then escorted the man off the field. His fate from there wasn’t immediately clear. After the game, Wagner explained his call to take on a security role.