By Ryan Gaydos
Published May 17, 2019
An Indianapolis Colts offensive lineman followed in the footsteps of one of his teammates and did a good deed of his own Thursday.
Mark Glowinski was caught on video pushing a car to an Indiana gas station. The Colts tweeted the video showing Glowinski helping the driver.
“When a good deed doubles as an offseason workout,” the Colts’ tweet read.
Glowinski pushed the car from a stoplight near the Interstate 465 ramp and once the car got going he started to run behind the car, according to WTHR-TV.
The driver, who wasn’t identified, appreciated the lineman’s help.
“Always doing work in the community,” the driver said.
Glowinski’s good deed comes nearly a month after Colts linebacker Darius Leonard helped a woman change a tire on the side of the road in South Carolina.
Video of Leonard’s good deed also circulated social media.