With very serious issues such as the Ray Rice domestic abuse scandal and the future of the NFL commissioner plaguing the NFL right now, actor Charlie Sheen has jumped in to help save the day.
Sheen has done what he does best, sticking his nose into an issue of very little importance and sparking a bit of controversy from it.
This time, it's Philadelphia Eagles Runningback LeSean McCoy who has been the victim of Sheen's latest publicity stunt.
Remember the story that emerged about McCoy where he only left a 20 cent tip on a bill of over $60 at a restaurant?
Well the bill from that night was posted online via social media by the owner of the restaurant Tommy Up.
The waiter named Rob was given a very small tip and McCoy reacted in kind claiming that he left the restaurant feeling mistreated.
So how does Sheen come into the equation?
Well he recently visited the same restaurant and was also served by the waiter known as Rob but this time, Rob got the tip all waiters dream of.
Sheen has promised that he will tip Rob $1,000 for the tip debacle he suffered at the hands of the NFL Runningback.
It is certainly one of the strangest stories coming out of the NFL these days and thus far there is no word on how McCoy has reacted.
So clearly the NFL superstars need to be wary of how they tip their waiters because a small tip will result in a revenge stunt from good guy Charlie.
More important things to think about
While Sheen may be busy trying to undermine big names and cause a stir wherever he goes, McCoy surely has bigger things on his mind than what he tipped a waiter.
McCoy shone in the Eagles first game of the season on Sunday where they came from behind to beat the Jacksonville Jaguars.
The Eagles had a horrendous first half where they never managed to score a point and went in 17-0 down at half-time.
They rallied in the second half however scoring 34 unanswered points with McCoy himself rushing for 74 yards.
This weekend however is the game being dubbed 'The Showdown' on the Eagles website as two of the most promising young Quarterbacks in the league go head to head.
The Eagles Nick Foles will try and lead his team past Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts in what should be a hotly contested match.