EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (KMSP) - Vikings rookie wide receiver Moritz Böhringer, 22, revealed in a recent interview that he doesn't own a car, and he actually walks to practice every day.
"The main reason why I walk everywhere is because I don't have a car because I wanted to save money," Boehringer said Tuesday in an interview with TransferWise. "Every morning I just walk to the facility [Winter Park], and in the afternoon I walk back."
Böhringer, from Germany, is the first-ever player to be drafted by an NFL team directly from Europe.
The rookie apparently lives three miles from the Vikings' facility in Eden Prairie, so he's walking a total of roughly six miles each time. He said his significant other gets a kick out of him walking everywhere.
"My girlfriend thinks it's pretty crazy, because, like most Americans, she drives everywhere," Boehringer said.
Below you can watch the full interview with TransferWise, or click here.