Jimmy Kimmel Introduces “Dezzing” After Desmond Bryant’s Mug Shot


It’s not Tebowing, or Kaepernicking…it’s “Dezzing.”

As you may have heard by now, Oakland Raiders defensive tackle Desmond Bryant was arrested last week for criminal mischief in Miami

According to the San Francisco Chronicle, he showed up to a neighbor’s house intoxicated and caused a commotion.

His arrest led to this mug shot that is undoubtedly the greatest mug shot of all-time:

Courtesy: Miami Dade Corrections Facility

So earlier this week, late night host Jimmy Kimmel started the phenomenon known as “Dezzing,” challenging his viewers to send him pictures of their imitations of Bryant’s mug shot.

“He looks like an anaconda in the middle of digesting a rabbit,” joked Kimmel. “You’re supposed to say ‘cheese,’ not ‘Yarlsburg’, you know? If I were Desmond Bryant I would intentionally get arrested again just so I could redo the mug shot.”

So far, there have been plenty of people sending in their version of “Dezzing,” which you can see right here. 

Tags: Desmond Bryant Oakland Raiders

  • Amelia Argo

    SHAME SHAME ON YOU SO CALLED SPORT WRITERS, GET A LIFE, AND
    WRITE ABOUT WHAT GOING ON IN THE NFL, WHY DON’T YOU SHOW MUG SHOTS OF OTHER NFL PLAYERS, INSTEAD OF BEATING THIS MUG SHOT
    TO DEATH!!

    • goldenbaysports

      Because we’ve never seen a mug shot like this before, especially from an NFL player. Have you?

      And haven’t you seen our other articles relating to the NFL? We’re just trying to have some fun with ONE post. Relax.

  • Amelia Argo

    You may think its funny, but i don’t think he does, would like you mug shot all over
    the internet. He is still a person who made a human error, so get over it, and try writing something of interest relating to sports!!

    • goldenbaysports

      A “human error” is not getting drunk, showing up to a neighbor’s house, causing a commotion, and getting arrested. That’s a criminal act, not a human error.

      We’re not trying to make fun of the fact that he did something wrong. We’re just pointing out something that has become somewhat of a national storyline/punchline.

      He may not think it’s funny, but he deserves every bit of the attention. Who’s fault is it that he got arrested and took a silly mug shot?