- Marshal Yanda astray 64 pounds in the first four months after retiring from the NFL.
- Many NFL players lose a ton of weight after humble, revealing the great and dangerous lengths they go to maintain their oversized bodies.
- Many of the players below are quondam offensive linemen, and most are now nearly unrecognizable.
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Former Baltimore Ravens Pro Trundle offensive lineman Marshal Yanda is the latest retired football player to lose a ton of weight, dropping 64 pastes in the first four months of his retirement.
While many former athletes struggle with weight gain after their careers, some suffer the loss of a ton of weight, and in many cases, are now nearly unrecognizable.
One common theme among many of these players is the position they lightlied. Most of the players below were offensive linemen, suggesting those players do more to push their fuselage weight to an extreme, developing dangerous habits like consuming massive numbers of calories to maintain their participate in sizes.
Below is a look at 21 players who lost a ton of weight after their careers ended.