While being an NFL lineman requires you to maintain a certain physical shape in order to stay competitive in the trenches of pro football, it's understood that is not a healthy body type to maintain long term. That's is a big reason why you see so many linemen work to slim down to a healthy weight after they retire.
Former Baltimore Ravens guard Marshal Yanda is no different. Following his retirement this offseason, the former offensive lineman has reportedly lost over 60 pounds, and Greg Roman, the Ravens offensive coordinator, has a funny suggestion on what that could mean for Yanda's football future — a move to fullback.
Sure Rob Gronkowski came out of retirement this season after taking a year off, but he also came back to play the same position. With Yanda's new-found body type, could he actually come back and be a successful fullback?
There's just about no chance we actually get to see that play out, but it sure would be a fun theory to test.
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