Top 10 Strongest NFL Players! – Odell Beckham Jr. | Cam Newton | Saquon Barkley


EverythingTop10 is proud to present, “The
Top 10 Strongest NFL Players!” #10. Odell Beckham Jr. (Cleveland Browns). Beckham is the smallest player on this list
at just 5’11”, and 198 pounds, but the new Browns receiver might just be the strongest
player pound for pound in the league. Everything he does during his legendary workout
routines is intended to make him a better receiver when he gets on the field. His workout routine includes dumbbell bench
presses, curls, and lateral raises. Beckham also uses a medicine ball with plenty
of side to side throws to help build his core muscles. Sure he has speed, but opponents can’t underestimate
the strength Beckham has too. #9. Clay Matthews (Los Angeles Rams). The former Green Bay Packer star just signed
a 2-year deal with the Rams this past offseason and makes our list at number nine. When Matthews reported to the University of
Southern California back in 2004, he was a skinny 166 pound linebacker. But today, he packs 255 pounds on his 6’3”
frame. That is due to a lot of hard work in the weight
room. But Matthews has also been known to add Pilates,
yoga, boxing, and even a little MMA to his workout routine. 2019 will be Matthews’ 11th NFL season. #8. Saquon Barkley (New York Giants). If you were building the physique of a running
back from scratch, he would look like Saquon Barkley. The second-year Giants star stands 6 feet
tall and weighs 233 pounds. He is sturdy and hard to knock off his feet
and has a perfect combination of size, speed, and strength. Barkley has run a 4.4 in the 40-yard dash,
done 29 repetitions of the 225 pound bench press drill, and has a 41” vertical jump. In his rookie season, Barkley was named a
First Team All-Pro. Expect more of the same going forward. #7. Vernon Davis (Washington Redskins). The veteran tight end from Maryland is entering
his 14th NFL season and is still considered one of the league’s strongest players. This is due to an almost freakish workout
regimen that works all parts of his 6’3”, 244 pound frame. His upper body workout includes barbells,
dumbbells, and pull-ups, while his lower body workout incorporates squats, deadlifts, leg
presses, and leg curls. The two-time Pro Bowler is still going strong
at the age of 35. #6. Cam Newton (Carolina Panthers). You may not have expected to see a quarterback
on this list, but Newton is no ordinary quarterback. Most defenders don’t look forward to seeing
the 6’5”, 245 pound Newton running towards them. The 2010 Heisman Trophy winner and 2015 NFL
MVP has an amazingly sculpted frame with a body fat as low as 4%. Newton has a routine that is known to include
weight training, running, jumping rope, squats, curls, and medicine balls. Diet is also a big part of Newton’s body
transformation in recent years. #5. Ndamukong Suh (Tampa Bay Buccaneers). Strength and power has always been the hallmark
of this defensive tackle’s game and it still is today. Suh stands 6’4” tall and weighs a solid
313 pounds. The newly signed Buccaneer has always spent
extra time in the gym working on making his legs as strong as possible. But he also tries to keep his back muscles
as strong as possible which he says helps him stay injury free. All of this combined with his already strong
upper body, puts Suh at number five on our list. #4. J.J. Watt (Houston Texans). The veteran defensive end has been known as
one of the NFL’s strongest players since he entered the league in 2011 with the Houston
Texans. The 5-time All-Pro stands an intimidating
6’6” tall and a solid 290 pounds. He did 34 repetitions of the 225 pound bench
press drill and has had a squat of over 700 pounds. Watt has also incorporated flipping 1,000
pound tires into his workout routine. Watt has also had a vertical box jump of 61
inches, quite a feat for a man his size. #3. Khalil Mack (Chicago Bears). The dominating defensive lineman from the
Bears overpowers his opponents with his speed and strength at the point of attack. Mack is a workout warrior and is not content
to rest on his laurels, and is always trying to get better. That includes workouts that focus on improving
his lower body strength, building his core muscles and explosiveness, and doing drills
in sand while continuing to focus on his overall agility. Mack enjoys training with kettle bells and
also does sled pushes for added strength. #2. Myles Garrett (Cleveland Browns). Just entering his third season with the Browns,
Garrett is quickly establishing himself as a force to be reckoned with. The 23-year-old from Texas A&M stands 6’5”
and weighs 274 pounds. He did 33 repetitions of the 225 pound bench
press drill and has done a belt squat of 800 pounds. He also does box jumps holding a 50 pound
weight in each hand to maximize the results of the workout. On the field, Garrett was honored with his
1st Pro Bowl selection last year and many expect a breakout season this year. #1. Aaron Donald (Los Angeles Rams). There aren’t many people who would argue
about Donald being number one on our list. At 6’1” and 285 pounds, Donald is another
amazing physical specimen who dominates opponents at the line of scrimmage. His obsession with working out started at
12 years old in a makeshift gym his father created in the basement of their home. Eventually, Donald became almost addicted
to working out and is still one of the league’s hardest workers today. He can bench press 500 pounds, and at his
combine workout, Donald did 35 repetitions of the 225 pound bench press drill. Impressive indeed. That’s all folks! Please leave a like if you enjoyed the video
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