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The player from another sport you would love to see playing for the team.

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Toundra    634

For me Teddy Riner, at 23 this kid is already 5 times Judo world champion..

With 6,7" size and 308Lbs he can run the 100m dash in less than 13sec.

He could be a desvastating DE especially because of his Judo skill.

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csx    6,967

Bolt would be the lightest TE in the history of the NFL

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Cyberjag    1,984

I would kind of like to see Dale Jr. being sent over the middle as a receiver a few times. Not because I think he can help the team, but just seeing him get clocked a few times would be pretty entertaining. :)

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Ivan The Awesome    7,033

I would like to see Stacy Keibler as a TopCat... what? She's not an athlete? so?

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She was a Ravens Cheerleader before.

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Razeyfingers    1,005

Most sprinters I knew didnt play football because they didnt like pain. Amazing how often that is overlooked even with all the bs hype about concussions and what not.

Lebron is the one Id like to see at TE.

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csx    6,967

http://www.sportsgri...a-monster-lift/

Ever heard of "the Beast" in rugby, I dont think so highly of rugby players since I dont think it requires as much coordination as football, but theyre impressive.

I didn't think much of Rugby until I went saw some matches in South Africa. It's quite impressive live.

Dude's got a pretty good stiff arm but most of that was poor tackling.

Rugby tackling is an art form. I wish they would get Rugby consultants to teach American football players how to tackle. If that guy is running through Rugby tackles like that than it's saying something about his power, not that they can't tackle. You just don't see many broken tackles in that sport.

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