Special Report

The Largest and Smallest NFL Players of All-Time

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Morris Stroud
> Height: 6’10
> Weight: 255 pounds
> Career: 1969-1974
> Position: Tight end
> Team(s): Kansas City Chiefs

Orlando Brown Jr.
> Height: 6’8
> Weight: 363 pounds
> Career: 2018-present
> Position: Tackle
> Team(s): Baltimore Ravens, Kansas City Chiefs

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Richard Sligh
> Height: 7’0
> Weight: 300 pounds
> Career: 1967
> Position: Defensive tackle
> Team(s): Oakland Raiders

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Rolando Cantu
> Height: 6’5
> Weight: 361 pounds
> Career: 2005
> Position: Tackle
> Team(s): Arizona Cardinals

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Ted Washington
> Height: 6’5
> Weight: 365 pounds
> Career: 1991-2007
> Position: Defensive Tackle
> Team(s): Buffalo Bills, San Francisco 49ers, Chicago Bears

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