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Watch: Detroit Lions' special teamer performs trick snap under a camel in Jordan

By Alex Butler
Watch: Detroit Lions' special teamer performs trick snap under a camel in Jordan
Jimmy Landes [middle right]. (Jamis_Landes/Instagram)

Feb. 22 (UPI) -- When in Petra, Jordan you have to show off your long snapping skills.

Apparently that's Jimmy Landes' philosophy. The Detroit Lions drafted Landes in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft. The Baylor product was known for his trick shots before his NFL debut, but his newest stunt might be the most original.

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For his finest act, the 24-year-old bent over beside a camel, before firing a football between the animal's legs and into the hands of his waiting friend.

Landes didn't play a snap this season because he was placed on injured reserve in August due to a shoulder injury. He'll return to the Lions on the second year of his four-year, $2.6 million contract.

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