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They're not fat. They're just big-boned. Here are some of the NFL's heavyweights. Sadly, Gilbert Brown is no longer in the league.

Vote for your favorite!

Warren Sapp
Raiders
Ted Washington
Raiders
Warren Sapp
Ted Washington
Listed weight: 300 pounds
300? Maybe on the moon ... and after about two months on Atkins.
Listed weight: 365 pounds
Lifelong goal is to win another Super Bowl and to be a solar eclipse.

Orlando Brown
Ravens
Andy McCollum
Rams
Orlando Brown
Andy McCollum
Listed weight: 360 pounds
When times get tough on the field, just think of Tony Roma's -- a place for ribs.
Listed weight: 300 pounds
But he still has a quick first step!

Grady Jackson
Packers
Aaron Gibson
Bears
Grady Jackson
Aaron Gibson
Listed weight: 340 pounds
Grady is no longer welcome at Red Lobsters in Wisconsin.
Listed weight: 370 pounds
Those close to Aaron know he signed with the Bears for Chicago's great tradition ... of deep dish pizza.

Norman Hand
Giants
Shawn Andrews
Eagles
Norman Hand
Shawn Andrews
Listed weight: 310 pounds
Due to the "incident" at Norman Hand Night, the Secaucus, N.J. Olive Garden will be closed until further notice.
Listed weight: 340 pounds
For an extra advantage, Andrews' line coach at Arkansas used to call signals from Shawn's stomach.

Justin Bannan
Bills
Sam Adams
Bills
Justin Bannan
Sam Adams
Listed weight: 305 pounds
In order to save cap space Justin agreed to receive his bonus in Buffalo wings.
Listed weight: 335 pounds
Sam actually looks much slimmer than in his Seahawk days.

Frank Middleton
Raiders
Sebastian Janikowski
Raiders
Frank Middleton
Janikowski
Listed weight: 330 pounds
In his bio, Frank confused the question of "what's your weight?" with "favorite childhood memory."
Listed weight: 250 pounds
Yes, Sebastian, those pants do make you look fat.