Julian Edelman has gnarly playoff beard shaved off for charity

Julian Edelman has gnarly playoff beard shaved off for charity

Days after helping the New England Patriots win their sixth Super Bowl and capturing Super Bowl LIII MVP honors in the process, Julian Edelman accomplished maybe his greatest feat of the year.

By the end of it, Edelman looks pretty close to how he did in his rookie headshot from 2009.

According to Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman, Coach Bill Belichick tells his players at the start of each National Football League campaign to "put everything in the drawer" and worry about it when the season is done.

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"Eating is a nightmare", Edelman told host Ellen DeGeneres during an appearance on her eponymous daytime talk show that aired Friday.

Before the big shave, Edelman said that winning the Super Bowl - he brought the gleaming Lombardi Trophy with him - is what's most important, but the MVP recognition gave him something personally as well. "Getting to experience this with them, because they've been in my corner, they've kind of made me who I am", he said, mentioning his parents, Frank and Angela. "I have to shower after I eat".

Before going to work she asked Edelman if he had any last words for his beard - he did: "I love you beard, it's been a hell of a year". Ellen shaved it off.

The move raised about $20,000 for the Boys and Girls club of Boston.