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Kamara wears Predators jersey on snowboarding adventure, plays hockey

Saints star running back carves up mountain while wearing sweet gold Nashville sweater

by Dan O'Leary @DanOLeary25 / NHL.com Staff Writer

When Alvin Kamara isn't carving up football defenses with his speed, he's carving up mountains with his snowboarding skills. And doing it all in a Nashville Predators jersey.

Kamara wore his custom Nashville Predators gold home jersey, which features his football number, 41, and name on the back during his second day of a snowboarding adventure on Tuesday.

Tweet from @A_kamara6: ������ pic.twitter.com/Gs7kAswgSd

Tweet from @A_kamara6: Day 2 was beautiful.. custom on the @PredsNHL jersey🏂 KITTEDDD🤘🏾 pic.twitter.com/XpAy0cw4cp

Kamara, of course, played at the University of Tennessee before being drafted by the Saints.

A self-admitted novice, Kamara was looking pretty good on the snowboard in clips he shared on Twitter. He landed more than a few jumps before wiping out on his first day.

Tweet from @A_kamara6: Aite so basically.... don���t invite me nowhere unless there���s snow there. And don���t talk to me unless you live in Montana 😂😂 nahh but really, day 1 and i already got an x games invite 🤷🏾���������🏂 pic.twitter.com/YJFNDWmYBl

Tweet from @A_kamara6: Then I said you know what... I am cute... but then God said sit yo stupid ass down 😭😂😂😂🏂 pic.twitter.com/CUGJaazvOt

By the second day, he was looking like a pro, even pulling off a rail trick.

Tweet from @A_kamara6: Day 2.... pic.twitter.com/EmdnVsWbfj

After two days carving up some fresh powder, Kamara tried his hand at hockey, albeit without the jersey.

Tweet from @A_kamara6: I���m in Montana still. My fault....Aye @PredsNHL pic.twitter.com/c6SGfQZwrE

Not bad for a guy who usually wears cleats instead of skates.

 

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