Patriots’ Chung practices with Bruins, doesn’t embarrass himself

Two-sport athlete alert! Sorta.

New England Patriots safety Patrick Chung practiced with the Boston Bruins on Friday, and unlike fellow NFLer Larry Fitzgerald, he held his own on the ice.

"He was actually better than I expected him to be. We were impressed," Bruins defenseman Torey Krug told CSN's Joe Haggerty. "It was great to see him out there."

Chung showed off his hockey chops with some backwards skating while puck handling, among other skills.

.@PatrickChung23 on the ice with @NHLBruins: pic.twitter.com/16somgNYQ2
— New England Patriots (@Patriots) March 31, 2017

A no-look, backhand pass.

Lookin' good, @PatrickChung23! Check out our Snap (patriots) for more from Patrick's visit with @NHLBruins. pic.twitter.com/B2tpVEMnpn
— New England Patriots (@Patriots) March 31, 2017

A smooth skate-to-stick transfer and a few shots.

Lookin' good, @PatrickChung23! pic.twitter.com/Sb10FDYJ0M
— Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) March 31, 2017

While Chung certainly isn't ready to swap sports, he did a lot better than most football players who strap on the skates.

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