Buffalo Bills rookie Ronald Darby quickly realized what the word “hazing” meant after his teammates enjoyed a little fun at his expense.

It’s simply tradition in the NFL, or football for that matter.

The act of giving the rookie a hard time remains one of those timeless activities that provides laughter, good times and an overall sense of accomplishment.

Players of the Buffalo Bills sure know this. That’s why they decided to target rookie Ronald Darby.

The second-round cornerback out of Florida State suddenly found himself attached to the goal post on Thursday.

He was interviewed by a teammate and given a bath, simply because his friends “care” about his cleanliness:

For Darby, he just needs to consider himself lucky. There’s been many a story told by the campfire of these rookies being left there throughout the whole night. In this scenario, however, the man was freed:

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