SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - It all began with a warning.
I'm thinking of doing something crazy!!!!!!!!— Eric Weddle (@weddlesbeard) February 2, 2016
For a second we thought he might be joining the L.A. Rams!
Then came the beard pictures.
Yes his beard! The beard he had been cultivating for years began to be no more.
Then there was a mustache.
Before we knew it, it was gone!
Even CBS News 8's Heather Myers was sad to see it go!
We love you too Eric Weddle!
The beard will never dieeeeeeee. Haha. Love you guys. New beginnings baby. Edub is running the show from now on.— Eric Weddle (@weddlesbeard) February 2, 2016
Let's just hope that beard didn't hold Weddle's strength like Samson's hair held his strength!
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