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LeBron James demands answers from Josh Allen over audio of quarterback shouting out his name

During an NFL game in London between the Buffalo Bills and the Jacksonville Jaguars, Bills quarterback Josh Allen was caught on microphones yelling "LeBron James! LeBron James!" at the line of scrimmage.

This was something that intrigued the Los Angeles Lakers star, who took to his social media account to inquire about the meaning of Allen's audible.

Josh Allen's audio sparked demanding answers from LeBron James

Josh Allen's audio sparked demanding answers from LeBron James

Quarterbacks with a chosen phrase

Quarterbacks often use specific words or phrases as part of their pre-snap reads to change aspects of the play, signal new plays, or indicate the snap count.

For example, Peyton Manning famously used "Omaha!" before receiving the ball during his career.

However, in this case, Allen's audible didn't lead to anything impressive. On the subsequent play, he faced pressure from OLB Travon Walker and threw an incomplete pass.

Despite Allen's 359 passing yards, the Bills fell behind 11-0 and ultimately lost to the Jaguars with a final score of 25-20.

LeBron appeared flattered that Allen used his name on the NFL field, but unfortunately, it didn't result in a victory for the Bills.

LeBron James is officially the oldest player in the league following the retirement of Miami Heat legend Udonis Haslem back in July. The King is entering his 21st NBA season and he had the perfect reaction when asked about the milestone.

LeBron James reacts after becoming the oldest player in the NBARoberto Ortega

James, 38, pressed both hands up against his face and let out a shriek before showing off an athletic dunk. The four-time NBA champion is clearly not going to have the typical season for a player entering year 21.

"I wonder what that 'LeBron James' audible Josh Allen yelled out meant. LOL," James wrote.

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