September 17, 2015
Eagles running back DeMarco Murray has quite the comedic range.
On Wednesday, we saw him demonstrate his more physical and improvisational side when a backdrop nearly fell on him during his session with the media.
On Thursday, Murray showed the dry and somewhat sarcastic side of his comedic game when he sat down with actor Ben Schwartz -- you may know him best as Jean-Ralphio Saperstein in NBC's Parks and Rec, which sadly ended last year after seven hilarious seasons.
The interview, which is part of a promotional campaign for Courtyard, is predictably hilarious. What's surprising, though, is how funny Murray is as he's prodded by
Jean-Ralphio Schwartz. Sure, some of that is the magic of editing, but it's funny nonetheless. Perhaps that's because of Murray's answer to the question about what he'd be doing if he wasn't a football player.
"I would have to say, probably an actor," the Eagles running back said.
Then he acted out a scene with Schwartz in which the two pretended they had just won the lottery and were about to become flushed with cash. Just watch:
This is actually Murray's second appearance on the Courtyard Camera. Earlier this month, he took on Schwartz in a series of competitions to help get ready for the fantasy football season. You can watch that video here.
And if you're anything like me, watching that left you missing Jean-Ralphio. I've got your back: