I do remember his VCU days in basketball, and he'd absolutely destroy anyone in the paint.
I still go back to that catch during the Raiders game in 2018. That was around our turning point where we just took off and didn't look back.
This is why this thing is so out of hand.
A helmet isn’t going to stop the spread. A face shield will lower the chances of spread, but it doesn’t eliminate it.
You don’t have to spend a “considerable amount of time around someone” to catch the virus. You can literally contract it passing someone on a sidewalk if they have recently spouted the virus into the air.
And football players spend the whole game, literally the whole game, running around making contact with others. Breathing heavy. Yelling. Spitting. Slobbering. It’s a wonderful breeding ground for the virus to spread.
Beyond that there are already plenty of high-risk groups who have a chance to suffer from complications of the virus. Maybe they have an elderly family member who lives in-home. Maybe a diabetic or asthmatic child. Maybe they are diabetic.
The kind of narrow and uninformed rhetoric above is exactly why this thing has, and continues to burn through the planet, especially here in the US.
Darius has stated many times that he prefers to play around 220.
He was weighed in at 230 for the combine. But was nursing an injury, and was not able to work out for a lot of that time, and gained some weight.