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Miami Dolphins rookie defensive tackle A. J. Francis is a very big and a very funny guy. The former Maryland Terrapin wants to appear nude in ESPN the Magazine’s The Body Issue. The trouble is Francis is 6’5” and weighs 309 lbs. Check out his hilarious tweet:
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San Francisco 49ers defensive back Donte Whitner says quarterback Colin Kaepernick will take some flak for posing nude.
Fat guys need love, too.
The ESPN The Magazine Body Issue draws tons of attention every years as the greatest athletes from all sorts of sports bare it all for the camera. But apparently the popular newsstand item is excluding one core group of athletes: the fat guys.
Miami Dolphins rookie A.J. Francis took to Twitter in opposition of the oversized injustice, urging ESPN to make...
Former Maryland star AJ Francis is now with the Miami Dolphins. As a pro athlete, the 300-plus pounder wants to know why he wasn't included in ESPN's Body Issue.
One NFL rookie wants to "super-size" ESPN The Magazine's ‘Body Issue’ which hit the stands this week.
Miami Dolphins' heavyweight A.J. Francis took one look at the perfectly sculpted bodies in the annual issue and wondered, "where are all the fat people?" via his Twitter account.
Francis stands 6 foot, 5 inches tall and weighs 309 pounds.
After taking some serious flack for wearing a Miami Dolphins hat on the 4th of July, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick appeased 49ers fans by showing off a team hat on his Instagram page. Maybe 49ers fans will cut him a break now.
San Francisco 49ers star quarterback Colin Kaepernick is a different type of guy, so it was no surprise that Kaepernick had no problem posing nude for ESPN The Magazine’s The Body Issue.
Of course not everyone has the confidence or bravado to take their clothes off for all to see.
Kaepernick’s teammate and 49ers safety, Donte Whitner would not be able to take his clothes off...
This Chick is by no means a 49ers fan. Not by any stretch. Kinda hate em in fact. But this Chick is also a red-blooded American woman with eyeballs. And therefore, I can’t help but drool over show my overwhelming appreciation for the latest ESPN Body Issue featuring San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick in all his tatted up glory.
If that doesn’t warrant a “taunting”...
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