Pittsburgh Steelers' outside linebacker James Harrison is known for his strength and physical prowess. The 39-year-old may have met his match when it comes to freaky displays of strength in this NFL rookie however.
Just this offseason, Harrison has shared a few glimpses of his strength:
Who could possibly challenge the guy who does things like this?
Duke Riley, the 22-year-old linebacker drafted 75th overall in the 3rd round of the 2017 NFL Draft by the Atlanta Falcons, that's who.
Riley played for LSU from 2013 to 2016. Despite spending his first three seasons as a backup, he became a starter for the first time in his senior year. Last season, he had 93 tackles, 1.5and one and was named the teams MVP.
And there's no denying he's got the physcial talent to compete, but how close is he to Harrison's level? You can be the judge:
Regardless of who is actually stronger, there are some very, very, very strong men playing in the NFL.
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