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Meet Vita Vea: The Freakish 347-Pound Defensive Tackle Ready to Ruin Your Game Plan

Imagine a football player. Got it? Now, imagine him bigger. Like 6-foot-4, 347 pounds big. Now imagine he can Bench Press 225 pounds for over 40...

This 346-Pound Washington DT Played Running Back in High School and His Highlights Are Spectacular

Today, Sports Illustrated writer Bruce Feldman released his annual list of the biggest freaks in college football. Penn State running back Saquon B...

Potential No. 1 NBA Draft Pick Markelle Fultz Looks Completely Jacked in Recent Photo

Markelle Fultz, the potential No. 1 pick in the 2017 NBA Draft, is looking jacked. The former Washington Huskies point guard is listed at 195 pounds, ...

A Walking Boot Isn't Stopping Eagles Draft Pick Sidney Jones From Pumping Iron During His Achilles Rehab

With the 43rd pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, the Philadelphia Eagles selected Sidney Jones out of the University of Washington. Once a potential top-10 p...

Washington CB Sidney Jones's High School Coach Told Him He Wasn't Good Enough to Play Cornerback

Sidney Jones's Path to the Pros was going exactly as planned. Over three seasons for the Washington Huskies, Jones established himself as one of the p...

NFL Combine 40-Yard Dash Champion John Ross's Humongous Hamstrings Are Proof Strength Is The Key To Speed

People were expecting former Washington receiver John Ross to run a fast 40-Yard Dash at the NFL Combine. After all, his blazing speed helped him ...

How Snoop Dogg Helped Washington WR John Ross Become the NFL's Fastest Man

John Ross III has been fast for as long as he can remember. In fact, his speed was the catalyst for him getting into organized football in the ...

John Ross' Speed Coach Says the Former Washington WR Could've Run a 4.18 40 at the NFL Combine

John Ross is now the fastest man in NFL Combine history. Despite a torn labrum, leg cramps and two surgically repaired knees, the wide receiver...

Watch Potential No. 1 NBA Draft Pick Markelle Fultz Drain Ridiculous Trick Shots

On March 10, in a video posted to Twitter, University of Washington guard Markelle Fultz announced he'd forgo his sophomore season and enter the NBA D...

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