WATCH: Vince Wilfork Plays in J.J. Watt's Charity Softball Game Wearing Overalls With Nothing Underneath

Vince Wilfork looked country strong during J.J. Watt's charity softball game.

Vince Wilfork

At 6-foot-2 and 325 pounds, Houston Texans defensive lineman Vince Wilfork is a whole lotta man. When he showed up to teammate J.J. Watt's charity softball game wearing nothing but a pair of cutoff overalls, fans got a real sense of how large he really is.

Wilfork strolled up to the plate rocking a pair of custom overalls that featured his last name in white letters across the back, and he truly owned it. With no shirt underneath, the 13-year NFL veteran took a couple of hacks that resulted in a pair of foul balls and a harmless pop up, though none of that really mattered. It was impressive enough that Wilfork was able to swing the bat wearing an outfit typically reserved for sitting on a porch in the boonies sipping a glass of cool lemonade.

Props to Wilfork, though. My man truly has no fear.


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