Dos Equis has the Most Interesting Man in the World.
The Washington Redskins can counter with Lorenzo Alexander.
Like the outrageous situations involving that suave pitchman in beer commercials, Alexander's ability to forge a six-year NFL career is just as improbable.
Alexander was once a 315-pound defensive tackle. He is now a 245-pound linebacker who is garnering Pro Bowl consideration as Washington's special-teams captain.
He learned to play eight -- eight!!! -- different positions to stick with the Redskins after being cut by the Carolina Panthers and Baltimore Ravens.
Along the way, the 29-year-old Alexander has established himself as one of the NFL's most benevolent players through his ACES Foundation and other charitable endeavors. The winner of the franchise's Walter Payton Man of the Year award for the past two seasons, Alexander was even invited to the White House to participate in the annual Easter Egg Roll with Barack and Michelle Obama.
And to thin...