Top 10 NFL Athletes In History With The Weirdest Abilities
Top 10 NFL Athletes In History With The Weirdest Abilities

Professional sports people always have exceptional skills, but some players take things further and simply amaze with their unbelievable talents and strengths. Here are the most incredible NFL athletes.

Vincent Edward “Bo” Jackson

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Bo Jackson is the only person to be both an NFL and MLBL All-Star. He also holds the record for the fastest 40-yard dash at an NFL Combine.

Julius Peppers

Peppers is one of only two people to have played in both the Super Bowl and the NCAA Final Four.

Randy Moss


Moss smashed records as a wide receiver; he was the youngest and fastest player to reach 5,000 career receiving yards and 120 receiving touchdowns.

Larry Allen

Allen is one of the strongest NFL players of all time. Not only could he bench press over 700 pounds, he bench pressed 225 pounds a staggering 43 times!

Deion Sanders

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Sanders is the only player to have been in both the Super Bowl and World Series. He's also one of just two players to smash a touchdown in six different ways.

Calvin “Megatron” Johnson

Calvin “Megatron” Johnson's mighty skills include flawless catching and leaping, immense body control, super speed, and strength.

Herschel Walker

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One of the best college football players ever, Walker went on to have a career in MMA.

Jim Brown

Three-time NFL MVP, Brown was an indomitable lacrosse player, too. Among his sporting records, he is the only player to have averaged a 100-yard rush.

Jim Thorpe

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Thorpe dominated sports in the early 1900s, becoming the first person to win Olympic gold in the decathlon. Exceeding in baseball and football, he also had basketball and dancing prowess.

Vernon Davis

Fast, strong, and agile, Davis is a Super Bowl champion and was on an All-Pro team. He could broad jump nearly 11 feet and leap an impressive 40 inches.