Watch Kevin Hart attend Los Angeles Rams practice, race rookie K.D. Cannon

(Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)
(Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images) /

Kevin Hart was kind enough to stop by Los Angeles Rams practice on Thursday, and it turned out to be just as hilarious as it sounds.

With the Los Angeles Rams being so close to Hollywood, there’s always going to be the chance of numerous celebrities stopping by practices and games, with the latest being Kevin Hart on Thursday. The actor and comedian was hilarious as usual throughout the practice day with the Rams, but nothing compares to what went down at the end when Hart decided to race one of the players, rookie K.D. Cannon.

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Before anyone says anything about how this race shouldn’t even be close, keep in mind that when it comes to celebrities staying in shape, Hart ranks near the top of the list when considering he always seems to be hitting up the gym. With that being said, Hart clearly doesn’t have the speed to keep up with a fast rookie like Cannon, as show in the video below, courtesy of the Rams Twitter page.

Even though Hart is from the City of Brotherly Love and cheers on the Philadelphia Eagles, it was awesome to see him spend the day practicing with Los Angeles, as they prepare for Saturday’s third preseason game against the Los Angeles Chargers. If anything, Hart’s presence most likely made the practice a little more relaxing for Rams players since he seemed to be keeping them entertained throughout the afternoon.

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As for Saturday’s game against the Chargers, it will be interesting to see if the Rams’ offense picks up right where they left off following their impressive performance against the Oakland Raiders. Jared Goff silenced a lot of doubters that game by leading Los Angeles to three scoring drives, and it certainly takes some of the pressure off the second-year quarterback heading into his sophomore season knowing he’s capable of being a leader of this team.