Dallas Cowboys’ Joseph Randle Gets Endorsement Deal For The Underwear He Shoplifted

Here's one way of atoning his shameful and criminal acts.

Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle got in to trouble (read: arrested) when he was caught shoplifting a pack of underwear and a bottle of cologne from the brand MeUndies. It not only brought shame to him and his team, but the authorities slapped him with a $29,500 fine. 

The brand MeUndies saved the day when they came up with a solution: The mischief maker now has a chance to atone for his shameful act by donating $15,000 worth of underwear and clothes to children in need in the Dallas area.

MeUndies will pay Randle enough to help settle the hefty fine as well as supply him with enough underwear to last him for a long time.

All he has to do is make multiple appearances at Dallas-area schools and charities to speak to students about learning from their mistakes.

Hats off to MeUndies for turning a negative situation in to a positive one and to Randle for being a good sport and learning from his mistakes.

"I know there’s big-time consequences for things in life," Randle said. "I disappointed a lot of people who really care about me, like my brothers on my team, the coaches around here, this whole organization, people who have supported me, my family, my dad. I let a lot of people down. I am really just trying my best to make it up to them and do whatever I’ve got to do to get past this."

Well, he has his chance -- good luck to him!

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