i my go at football i play of Bristol under 13's
There is no set means of qualifying for the pro's. You have to make yourself marketable. The new movie "Invinceable" is the exception, not the rule. The Pro's rarely if ever have open try outs. You can either excell in college, or try out for a "minor league" team. By minor league I mean NFLE (NFL Europe) or AFL (Arena Football League). Then speak to a sports agent and get yourself in a draft. Pro football teams do have "practice squads, and it is possible to try out for one of these, but you'd be competeing against NCAA, NFLE and AFL players that the team has seen and are interested in signing. Winning the genetic lottery (6'4" 225#) doesn't hurt...lol.
You go to college and you choose to go to the draft and if ateam drafts you then you are an nfl football player
It would have to be his father........his dad was a pro. football player.
Pro Football Mayhem on a Sunday Afternoon - 1965 TV was released on: USA: 15 November 1965
I am not positive on this answer but I think it is Herman Johnson from LSU/Arizona Cardinals. When he was drafted in the 2009 NFL draft he weight in at 364lbs. and is 6'7". When he started with LSU he was above 400lbs. He is currently listed at 382lbs. from the Cardinals website. His weight may not be the highest weight ever seen in the pros and i know he is not the tallest ever, but, combined that makes him one of the biggest, maybe biggest, pro football player.
The Game of Their Lives Pro Football's Wonder Years - 2001 TV was released on: USA: 4 December 2001
A pro football player.
Faster to go to basketball player than pro football player. Sorry to everyone who is trying to make it to pro football.
Professional football player.
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No, the player would lose is amateur status and no longer be eligible.
They get charged for the ball 250$..