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There is not an average weight, per se, of a NFL player. Rather, there is an ideal weight for each position. There is a lot more than that, but the NFL Draft reports do a great job of comparing the current crop of NFL prospects. The lists is compiled by numerous scouts and analysts, and the majority of the official results are derived annually at the NFL Combine. The "average" or tiers of prospects are classified into "measurables" like weight, height, strength, speed, agility, football IQ and crazy things like medical history and so forth. Then there are "un-measurables", like drive and determination. It shows that "averages" in the NFL are really only statistics to begin an evaluation. And like any investment's prospectus, the info isn't always worth the paper its printed on, so there is no guarantee.
300 pounds plus
oh maybe i know maybe it's spain
The average weight of an offensive lineman in 1970 was about 208 pounds. The average offensive lineman weight today is 224.
6'5, 310 lbs
Between 550 and 600 pounds
The salary for an NFL lineman will vary according to experience and team budget. The average base salary for an NFL lineman is about $2,187,000 per year.
The most EVER by a NFL lineman is 49 repetitions, by Stephen Paea 2011.
$500,000 Per year
Through your family genes and weight lifting
The average size of a defensive lineman depends on the position. A DT usually weighes about 310. Defensive Ends can weigh anywhere from 260 to about 300.