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Dwight Freeney's Ultimate Move: Whatever It Takes

October 6, 2010

All-Pro defensive end and 2005 AFC Defensive Player of the Year Dwight Freeney is best known for his lethal spin move, but he says it doesn't matter how you get to the QB. It only matters that you get there and crush him.

Dwight is able to execute multiple pass rush moves because he possesses the ultimate gamut of weapons—speed, power and strength.

Check out the latest installment of the Ultimate Moves video series to see how Dwight developed these weapons.

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Photo:  jameslang.com

Josh Staph
- Josh Staph is the Senior Vice President, Content at STACK Media and joined the company shortly after it was founded in 2005. He graduated from...
Josh Staph
- Josh Staph is the Senior Vice President, Content at STACK Media and joined the company shortly after it was founded in 2005. He graduated from...
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