If you have ever had the misfortune of having your luggage misplaced while flying, you know the pain and anguish that can come from it. As someone who once had to wait two days for his luggage to arrive at his home after flying out of the country, I can assure you it is absolutely no fun having an airline say to you, “Don’t worry, we’ll find it.”

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton has not only suffered through the ordeal of losing his luggage while traveling, but has now done so twice in the span of one week.

Dalton lost his luggage last week when his suitcases fell out of his truck. A mad scramble for his luggage commenced and with the help of Twitter, Dalton was eventually reunited with his lost bags.

Fast forward to Monday and once again Dalton was on the lookout for his luggage. This time, he had American Airlines to blame.

Fortunately for Dalton, this story also had a happy ending waiting for him. The luggage was found and was en route to being returned to the Bengals quarterback.

Maybe Dalton should think about placing some sort of location tracker on his luggage in the future, just in case this happens again. Given the recent trend, Dalton could be in line to lose his luggage around Feb. 23. Dalton might want to consider looking into one of those staycations.

[Larry Brown Sports]

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