Chicago Bears offensive lineman Kyle Long showed up to camp in grand style riding a Big Wheel.

By Robby Sabo

Arriving to an NFL Training Camp has been a ritual for many decades now. The question of who does it best each summer has always been a point of contention by many.

The Green Bay Packers have continued their long-standing tradition of riding bikes into camp (something started a long time ago). Former Indianapolis Colts receiver Reggie Wayne started his own arrival tradition in recent years by showing up with one wacky entrance after another.

In 2015, Chicago Bears offensive lineman Kyle Long decided to come with his own original idea.

Long arrived not on a bike, but on a Big Wheel.

He then fired back at an internet tough guy on Twitter for getting all over him about the entrance (Warning: NSFW language):

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