Former Denver Broncos defensive lineman Keith Traylor ranks among the biggest players in NFL history to score a touchdown.
Traylor, listed at 337 pounds, returned an interception 62 yards for a touchdown in a 23-20 win over the Buffalo Bills during the 1997 season.
The players who rank above Traylor are Shaun Rogers (350 pounds), Sam Adams (350 pounds), Jamal Williams (348 pounds), Vita Vea (347 pounds), Dontari Poe (346 pounds), Jonathan Ogden (345 pounds), Dan Wilkinson (340 pounds) and Halati Ngata (340 pounds).
Imagine trying to tackle one of those players.
Traylor was picked by the Broncos out of Central Oklahoma in the third round of the 1991 NFL draft. He spent three years in Denver and then played with three others teams before returning to the Broncos in 1997.
Traylor won back-to-back Super Bowls during his second stint in Denver before leaving again in 2000. He went on to play for three more teams and won a third Super Bowl with the New England Patriots.
Traylor totaled 20 sacks during his 17-year career in the NFL.