The average height of a NFL Halfback (HB) is around 5'9"-5'11".
The average height of a NFL Fullback is around 6'2"-6'5".
NFL Half-Back's average height is dependent on their running style. There are speed backs, feature backs and power backs.
Speed backs are known for their speed obviously, and their agility to Dodge and maneuver around tackles (some notable examples are Willie Parker and Chris Johnson). Speed backs are usually between 5'7" and 5'11", and between 180lbs and 205lbs. Prototypically 5'9", 195lbs.
Feature backs are known for there balance of agility and power. They're considered the best type of Half-Back in the league. They're known to be able to easily dodge tackles while still being able to break one when necessary, and some even may be able to easily burn (or outrun) defenders (some notable examples are Adrian Peterson and Ladainian Tomlinson). Feature backs are usually no smaller than 5'9", naturally between 5'10" and 6'1", and between 200lbs and 230lbs. Prototypically 5'11"/6', 223lbs.
Power backs are known for their sheer strength on the field, and their ability to push the line and break open field tackles with ease (some notable examples are Steven Jackson and *retired Jerome Bettis). Power backs are usually between 5'11" and 6'3", and between 220lbs and 245lbs. Prototypically 6'1", 238lbs.
5'9 =160 to 180
The average height of a NFL DT is about 6' 3''
Around 250 give or take a few hamburgers.
The average height of a NFL QB is 6'3". The average weight of a NFL QB is 230 pounds.
The fullback is an important position in many NFL offensive schemes. On average the men that play this position make between 570 thousand and over 2 million dollars.
The Average height of an NFL CB is about 5'11", give or take 1/2".
The average height is about 38 feet.
The average height for an NFL player is approximately 5'11. The tallest NFL player was 6'9, while the shortest NFL player was 5'3.
Hewritt Dixon has: Played Himself - Oakland Raiders Fullback in "The NFL on CBS" in 1956. Played Himself - Oakland Raiders Fullback in "The NFL on NBC" in 1965. Played Himself - Oakland Raiders Fullback in "1967 AFL Championship Game" in 1967. Played Himself - Oakland Raiders Fullback in "1968 AFL Championship Game" in 1968. Played Himself - Oakland Raiders Halfback in "AFL-NFL World Championship Game" in 1968. Played Himself - Oakland Raiders Fullback in "1969 AFL Championship Game" in 1970. Played Himself - Oakland Raiders Fullback in "NFL Monday Night Football" in 1970. Played Himself - Oakland Raiders Fullback in "1970 AFC Championship Game" in 1971.
Brandon Jacobs was the tallest halfback in the NFL. Jacobs is best known for his time as a New York Giant. He has since retired.
The salary for an NFL halfback is not a fixed number. The salary for any player depends upon their contract, skill, and the team that they play for.