Found March 27, 2013 on NESN.com:
We’ve got a new “Jared” to look up to for health inspiration — but he still weighs in well over 300 lbs. Raiders offensive tackle Jared Veldheer not only looks like he could double as the Incredible Hulk, he looks like he could eat Subway’s Jared Fogle as if he were a 6-inch BMT. Veldheer, according to CBS Sports by way of Yahoo! Sports, put on just four pounds of muscle this offseason — going from 321 lbs. to 325 lbs., after getting drafted at 301 pounds in 2010. The big fella credits Nutrilite for their “perfect pack,” which allows him to make sure he gets “all my vitamins, minerals, and oils in #NSFcertified,” according to a recent tweet. Check out his “before” photo immediately below and see what he looks like as of March 25 below that. Photo via Twitter/@Veldheer68Photo via Twitter/@The Power Mark
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