who bench presses the most in the nfl

who can bench press the most in the nfl - answers

i don't know who can bench press the most but former lineback keith davis of the new york giants could bench 515 pounds. linebacker larry allen claims a 700 pound bench press, though i would

penn state 2019 nfl combine preview

our takes on all seven of the nittany lions who will be participating in the 2019 nfl scouting combine. don’t be surprised if he bench presses 225 pounds 30-plus times at the combine

watch: barnes sets high mark on bench press at nfl combine

barnes’ 34 reps were the third-most by a running back since 2003. the nfl combine bench press is set at 225 pounds for all participants.

nfl combine records: top 40 times, bench press reps, more

the nfl does not keep combine records, but here are the top marks for the 40-yard dash, the bench press and more over the last decade.

training for the nfl combine bench press test - nfl.com

the bench press is the ultimate test for power and endurance at the nfl combine. here's a look at how athletes train to make sure they're ready to push as many reps as possible.

watch: elijah holyfield does 26 bench press reps at nfl

check out holyfield on the bench press in the video above. barnes’ 34 reps were the third-most by a running back since 2003. the nfl combine bench press is set at 225 pounds for all participants.

which nfl player can bench press the most - answers

the most bench press reps by an nfl player is 43 by larry allen of the san francisco 49ers. wrong: brodrick bunkley of florida state maxed out at 44 reps in 2006, he was later taken by the

here are the 12 highest bench press totals in nfl combine

at the 1999 nfl combine, eastern kentucky defensive tackle justin ernest set a record on the bench press with a mind-boggling 51 reps. however, that strength did not translate into an nfl career. ernest was not drafted by an nfl team, and he has no regular season appearances.

nfl scouting combine - wikipedia

bench press records. at the nfl combine, bench press is used as a test of strength and stamina, in which athletes lift 225 pounds (102 kg) as many times as possible. since 1999, only 17 men at the combine have managed to achieve more than 40 "reps" (repetitions). 51 reps: justin ernest (1999) 49 reps: stephen paea (2011)