It Takes a Football Player to Sell Men on Pampering

Minnesota Vikings' center Sullivan training in Mankato, Minn. Photograph by Charlie Neibergall/AP Images

Four NFL centers—6-foot-4, 307 pounds on average—will soon be marketing moistened toilet paper sheets called One Wipe Charlies. The New York Post reports that the Dallas Cowboys’ Travis Frederick , the Minnesota Vikings’ John Sullivan, the Buffalo Bills’ Eric Wood, and the San Diego Chargers’ Nick Hardwick have signed on for a marketing campaign to pitch the wipes sold by the razor subscription service Dollar Shave Club. The Post calls it “one of the oddest promotions to involve NFL players,” because, you know, poop and butts.

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