Los Angeles Chargers star Keenan Allen on Tuesday appeared to be skeptical about U.S. soccer great Carli Lloyd's desire to join the NFL team as a kicker.
Lloyd's coach, James Galanis, told Fox that the World Cup champion was offered a chance to kick off at NFL team during the league's final week of the preseason Thursday , Lloyd had to turn down the offer because of the U.S. plays a match against Portugal on the same day.
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Allen Tweeted his skepticism about Lloyd's potential playing for a team star.
"Sound sweet til somebody block the kick and all of a sudden on defense," Allen tweeted.
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While the Lloyds were considering the offer after impressing scouts during a joint practice session between the Philadelphia Eagles and Baltimore Ravens last week,
Galanis told ESPN that if Lloyd does not pursue football, it will not be until 2020.
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"If she's going to do this, she'll do it ̵