Chicago Bears: 3 best Chicagoland spots according to Spice Adams
I’d love to introduce you to one of my favorite former Chicago Bears players. If you are unfamiliar with former defensive lineman, Anthony “Spice” Adams, then I suggest you take the time to get to know him. Most people know Anthony Adams as Spice Adams and therefore, that is how I will refer to him throughout the rest of this article. He might not have been one of the best defensive linemen in the NFL, but he is one of the best on-camera personalities connected to the Bears.
Honestly, Spice Adams is more popular now off the field than he ever was on the field. He always had a personality that teammates loved, but now he has brought that personality to life for everyone to enjoy. ESPN did a great short piece on how Anthony “Spice” Adams turned into just Spice Adams. He went viral after he was released by the Chicago Bears and created his infamous ‘Stuff NFL Free Agents Say’ videos. His first video saw over one million views.
He topped that by announcing his retirement at a White Castle. He saw more air time on national sports media outlets after that than he ever did as a player. Spice Adams now has over 400K followers on his YouTube channel and over 200K followers on Twitter. He is also one of the main voices of ‘Inside the Bears‘ Maybe Adams can let us know how the Bears can slow down Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams this week too?
Get to know former Chicago Bears defensive tackle Spice Adams on ‘Put You On’
One of the most recent on-screen performances Spice Adams did was for Team Whistle. Team Whistle teamed up with State Farm for a football-focused season of ‘Put You On: Surprisingly Great Spots’.
Spice Adams brings us on a tour of his second home — Chicago (let’s be honest, it’s probably his home, home by now). Adams shows us three of his favorite spots in the Chicagoland area. Does he prefer Chicago’s deep-dish pizza over Detroit’s pizza? Where is his favorite pizza joint? What about his sweet fade? Not to mention, he also brings back a familiar face by visiting another former Chicago Bears player who was a teammate of his during his time as a player here in the NFL.
Check out the video here. Do you agree with his pizza choice? Have you ever visited his barbershop? Do you remember his former teammate or checked out a local high school game? Let us know how much you love Spice Adams in the comments.