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Rob and Dan Gronkowski's Training Tips for Tight Ends

Rob Gronkowski's rare skill-set has changed the way we think about tight ends. But Rob is not the only Gronk with tight end experience. His older ...

By: Brandon Hall

A.J. Green's 7 Tips For Becoming an Elite Wide Receiver

Standing 6-foot-4 and weighing 210 pounds, A.J. Green has the type of size that any coach would dream of when imagining the perfect wide receiver. But...

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Watch a 335-Pound NFL Defensive Lineman Hurdle an Opponent During an Interception Return

When you weigh 335 pounds, jumping over stuff isn't usually in your athletic repertoire. Any elevation from the ground into the air is deemed a succes...

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How Christian McCaffrey Built His Body to Withstand One of the Biggest Workloads in College Football

Christian McCaffrey touches the football a lot—as in 59.9 percent of Stanford's total offensive touches. Through three games of the 2016 season, M...

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Why Chris Harris Jr. Says Suffering a Torn ACL Made Him Better

On January 12, 2014, at the AFC Divisional Playoff game between the Denver Broncos and the San Diego Chargers at Mile High Stadium, Chris Harris J...

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2017 Path to the Pros: T.J. Watt, Wisconsin LB

Former Wisconsin LB T.J. Watt is chasing his NFL dream by grinding through intense workouts in the gym and by following the advice of his All-Pro big brother J.J.

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Former Kentucky running back Boom Williams share the struggles he's overcome to accomplish his dreams of joining the NFL.

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Former TCU DE and two-time first-team All-Big 12 selection, Josh Carraway is a 6-foot-3, 242-pound physical specimen and has transformed himself from a two-star recruit to a top Pass-Rusher in the 2017 NFL Draft.

2017 Path to the Pros: Davis Webb, Cal QB

Former Cal QB Davis Webb has been a captain at nearly every stop of his amateur football career. His elite leadership combined with his commitment to preparation presents an attractive option for NFL teams.

2017 Path to the Pros: Travis Rudolph, Florida State WR

Former Florida State receiver Travis Rudolph came to college as a five-star recruit burdened with big expectations. Thanks to his humble attitude and tireless work ethic, he's now on his way to the NFL.