Los Angeles Rams safety Cody Davis was lucky enough to participate on the hit CBS show that aired on Friday.
Everybody knows what Cody Davis of the Los Angeles Rams is capable of on the football field, but it appears the safety has the necessary skills to win on The Price is Right as well. In an episode that aired on Friday, Davis was lucky enough to be called down by the show’s host Drew Carey, and even found a way to participate in the popular game Punch-A-Bunch.
Believe it or not, Davis wasn’t the only famous individual during the segment since Chris O’Donnell was standing by his side to cheer the Rams safety on during his quest to win up to $25,000 since it happened to be Celebrity Week. So exactly how much money did Davis end up winning for playing Punch-A-Bunch? Well, let’s take a look at the segment in the video below:
That’s right, Davis found a way to punch for one of the four cards with the $5,000 prize on it, which was awesome to see when considering the odds. Obviously, this type of prize may seem like pocket change for a player with an NFL contract like Davis, but at least he was able to put his winnings to good use.
As if being on The Price is Right wasn’t already cool enough, it was even more amazing to see Davis donate the money he won to charity. If Davis wasn’t a big fan favorite before, it’s safe to say he made plenty of new fans after watching this segment air on Friday.
Los Angeles may not have been the most exciting team to watch, but at least they continue to receive plenty of recognition from hit shows on the CBS network.