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How Myles Garrett's 'Tennis Ball Drill' Helped Him Become Un-Blockable

Myles Garrett is a problem. The 6-foot-4, 272-pound defensive end has been wreaking havoc on opposing offenses with his terrifying blend of speed a...

Sam Hubbard Is the Strongest and Quickest He's Ever Been. Could it Lead to a Monster Year 2?

Sam Hubbard is eager to make the jump. After totaling six sacks and 9.5 tackles for loss during his rookie campaign, the Cincinnati Bengals defensi...

Marcus Davenport's Quest to Unlock His Full Potential Is Just Getting Started

It's hard to imagine Marcus Davenport was once a rail-thin wide receiver. Davenport, the former UTSA defensive end projected to be a first-round pi...

Here's Myles Garrett Belt Squatting Over 800 Pounds

Myles Garrett is an enormous human being. Standing 6-foot-5 and weighing close to 280 pounds, Garrett is a physical specimen, more boulder than hu...

At The NFL Combine, The 3-Cone Drill Reveals The Next Great Pass Rusher

For as much as we obsess over the NFL Combine, it cannot predict the future. A player can have a monster showing and end up a bust, or he can post ...

The Lethal Pass-Rush Move That Fueled Adrian Clayborn's Historic Six-Sack Game

Atlanta Falcons defensive end Adrian Clayborn entered yesterday's game against the Dallas Cowboys with 22.5 career sacks. He finished the game with 28...

Watch Khalil Mack Toss a 315-Pound Offensive Lineman With One Hand

Khalil Mack is a monster. The reigning NFL Defensive Player of the Year played an instrumental role in the Oakland Raiders' recent 31-30 victory ov...

The Training That Built Myles Garrett Into an NFL Pass-Rushing Monster

Football fans will have to wait a couple more weeks before they get to see Myles Garrett unleash his talents on the NFL. The Cleveland Browns rooki...

Myles Garrett Once Ran a 4.44 40-Yard Dash at Texas A&M

Myles Garrett made waves ahead of the 2017 NFL Combine when he said he was aiming to run a 4.4 40-Yard Dash. By that point, we all knew Garrett was...

Rebuilding The Beast: How J.J. Watt Did The Impossible This Offseason

All J.J. Watt could do was walk. For two months last fall, the Houston Texans All-Pro defensive end became the world's greatest walker. Watt would ...

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