ESPN announced that Vince Wilfork will pose nude in the next ESPN Body Issue. Here are five Chicago Bears we hope always keep their clothes on.
Professional athletes usually have the bodies of Adonises. Their bodies are finely-tuned, chiseled sculptures without a spec of fat on them. That description, however, only suits some professional athletes. There are others that look like the guy sitting at the end of the local bar pounding Budweisers and eating the free popcorn.
One of those is Houston Texans’ defensive lineman Vince Wilfork who is listed at 6’2, 325 pounds. While all of us would like to see Wilfork keep his shirt on, he will take his shirt, and all his clothes, off for the next ESPN Body Issue.
As far as I can tell, men and women alike aren’t going to be clamoring for pictures of Vince Wilfork sans clothes. Wilfork isn’t the only one, however, that falls into that category. The Chicago Bears have had their fair share of heavy loads that should stay clothed at all times. Eddie Goldman would be the only one of the current roster that might fall in this category, but he doesn’t make the final cut. Here are five former Bears we hope are never in the ESPN Body Issue.