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Wearing shirts!!!!??? Has Big Don lost his edge? No I just want
variety! Too bad I don't know how tall they are. I don't even know who
took these pictures but I know they look much better on my website and not on
Webshots where the originals are. Mine have been color corrected for your convenience.
I've rescued these sideways, backwards, blurry, grainy guys and polished them for presentation in perpetuity on the pages of BigDonsBoys.com. Languages come and go, countries are forgotten but sexy photos live forever.
The photo quality of these early galleries is not as high as later galleries.
|6'1" 500 lb. giant too big for nFL|
John "House" Taylor, 35, is too big for the NFL. "You're not going to straight up move me," the 6-foot-11, 500 pound Minor League Football player told CBS 2 in Harrisburg, PA. "Don't run my way. That's what I do." Taylor, who currently plays on the defensive line for the Central Penn Piranha in Enola, PA, could be the largest football player to ever play the game.
"Sometimes you get people who expect super human things," Taylor told CBS 2. "I'm still a human." While Piranha owner and team head coach Ron Kerr says Taylor's size forces opposing teams to double-team Taylor, the mountain of a man adds another key dimension to the Pirhana defense -- the element of surprise. "If they can't see the linebackers they don't know where they're coming from," Kerr told the station. According to his coach, Taylor's size blocks opposing offensive linemen from picking up blitz packages and sniffing out pressure.
The man who wears a size 6X jersey told reporters NFL scouts have been out to see him, but decided his size and mobility was too big of an issue. Aaron Gibson, who is largely considered to be the heaviest player in the history of the NFL, is reported to have weighed as much as 440 pounds during his five-year career -- but his 6-foot-6 stature is dwarfed by Taylor.
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