The Top 100 Most Jacked NFL Football Players- Part 1
We want to give a special thanks to Jimmy Traina of Sports Illustrated for originally publishing our list of the "Top 30 Most Jacked NFL Football Players". Since then, we have received numerous requests for expanding our list and adding more football players. Using your suggestions, we have created what we deem as the true Top 100 Most Jacked NFL Football Players in order of the most jacked football players. The term “jacked” can be defined as guys with lots of muscle mass, but who are ripped at the same time.
We went through hundreds of NFL football players and narrowed the list down to the most jacked body in the NFL. The guys on the list contain a combination of muscle mass and leanness to create a jacked physique. Being that this is very subjective, we created the list based on a combination of criteria including muscular size, vascularity, leanness, proportionality, aesthetics, and rarity of body type. All of these factors contribute equally toward determining the order of the most jacked list. For example, a 300 pound lineman who has huge arms but no abs will not do as well on our scale as a 200 pounder who is completely ripped all over. However, we do recognize weight differences and the difficulty of maintaining muscle mass and leanness at larger weights, so we will be more forgiving with the lack of vascularity on a 250 pound guy than a 210 pounder.
These guys are true workout warriors and athletic freaks with the best muscular bodies in sports. We provided each athlete's best strength statistic (such as bench press, squat, 40 time, vertical jump, etc.), which was from either the NFL Combine or Pro Day, or from some other period of time.
To be eligible for this list, the respective football player has had to of played in at least one NFL game in the last three seasons and has not officially announced retirement from the league. All the free agents on this list are still looking to make an NFL roster despite age or decline of skill.
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#100- Jason Pierre-Paul
Defensive End, NY Giants
6'5, 278 lbs.
Feat of Strength/Workout: 19 reps of 225 lb. bench press
#99- Jordan Shipley
Wide Receiver, Cincinnati Bengals
6'0, 188 lbs.
Feat of Strength/Workout: 36.5" vertical leap
#98- Aaron Curry
Outside Linebacker, Seattle Seahawks
6'2, 255 lbs.
Feat of Strength/Workout: 25 reps of 225 lb. bench press, 37" vertical jump
#97- Patrick Peterson
Cornerback, Arizona Cardinals
6'1, 219 lbs.
Feat of Strength/Workout: 335 lb. bench press, 535 lb. squat, 4.32 sec. 40 yard dash time, 38" vertical jump
#96- Jason Taylor
Linebacker, Miami Dolphins
6'6, 244 lbs.
#95- Early Doucet
Wide Receiver, Arizona Cardinals
6'0, 212 lbs.
Feat of Strength/Workout: 365 lb. bench press, 330 lb. power clean
#94- Terrell Suggs
Outside Linebacker, Baltimore Ravens
6'3, 260 lbs.
#93- Igor Olshansky
Defensive End, Free Agent
6'6, 315 lbs.
Feat of Strength/Workout: 505 lb. bench press, 16 reps of 315 lb. bench press, 41 reps of 225 lb. bench press
#92- Donald Driver
Wide Receiver, Green Bay Packers
6'0, 194 lbs.
#91- Bobby McCray
Defensive End, Free Agent
6'6, 260 lbs.
Feat of Strength/Workout: 465 lb. bench press, 600 lb. squat, 38.5" vertical leap
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Date Published : 2011-09-28 13:45:55
Written By : Richard Allen and Jaret Grossman
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