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25-year-old shows up absurdly jacked for Jets workouts [LOOK]

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NFL players don’t have much free time during the calendar year. From mid-June to the end of July, they have a four to six-week block of free time.

Some players are taking their time to hang out and others have decided to step up their training. That was the case for a brand new member of the New York Jets this offseason.

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While we wait to see which players arrive in form at camp, fans needn’t worry about Jets defender Jordan Whitehead.

He tweeted out a picture of him bending over with the caption: “You guys screwed me up 💪🏾.”

Whitehead flaunted a full six pack (maybe bigger) with bulging muscles and insane definition.

On the official online list, Whitehead is listed at 5-foot-10, 198 pounds. He’s either put on a ton of weight this offseason, or he’s the fattest “little guy” we’ve ever seen.

This sparked many wild reactions from fans on social media:

Honestly, I wouldn’t be surprised if Whitehead was made of concrete.

Many people gave Whitehead a lot of credit for dedicating himself to the weight room in his spare time.

The 25-year-old joined the Jets this offseason on a two-year, $14.5 million contract. While other safeguards went for mega bucks this off-season, Whitehead was one of the biggest assets to hold hands on.

Due to the smaller contract and lesser-known name among fans, this move has gone completely under the radar.

Whitehead is expected to be a key cog in the Jets’ secondary restructuring. He can contribute in many different ways and that versatility is attractive, but that’s not the main reason the Jets brought him on.

Gang Green has historically been terrible against the run in 2021, and one of the main reasons for that was a questionable safety play.

Whitehead is considered one of the best tackles in football. With its ability to clean up, it should create a nice floor for this defense to contain the massive wounds they sustained last season.

When you have a good safety game there is a trickle down effect on the rest of the defense. The corners can be a bit more aggressive knowing their cheeks are covered at the back end. The same goes for the linebacking crew as they dissect offenses and so on and so forth.

With no other significant addition to security space, the Jets are laying all their eggs in the Whitehead basket, for better or for worse. The Jets’ only challenge is finding him a competent sidekick to work with him during training camp at the alternate launch site.

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Whitehead is considered one of the best tackles in football. With its ability to clean up, it should create a nice floor for this defense to contain the massive wounds they sustained last season.



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