Former NFL QB Scott Mitchell to be a contestant on ‘The Biggest Loser’

Former NFL QB Scott Mitchell weighed in at 366 pounds before becoming a contestant on NBC's 'The Biggest Loser.'

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Remember Scott Mitchell?

The former NFL QB who played for the Dolphins, Lions, Ravens and Bengals from 1991-2001?

He’s now going to be a contestant on NBC’s "The Biggest Loser," where overweight people compete to lose the most weight.

Mitchell weighs in at 366 pounds, according to the show’s website.

Here’s his bio from the show:

Scott Mitchell was a standout athlete growing up, excelling in football and setting the course for his impressive career in the NFL. He was born in Salt Lake City and grew up in Springville, Utah with three older sisters. After attending the University of Utah, Mitchell played 12 seasons in the NFL for the Miami Dolphins, Detroit Lions, Cincinnati Bengals and Baltimore Ravens. He was drafted in the fourth round by the Dolphins and backed up Hall of Famer Dan Marino. In 2010, Mitchell was inducted into the University of Utah Hall of Fame. His biggest motivation for going on the show was seeing his dad die of obesity-related causes early this year and knowing he could be headed down the same path if he doesn’t change his life. Now 46 years old and 366 pounds, Mitchell has sleep apnea and high blood pressure. Weight has been an issue since age 35 due to a busy life and poor diet. With five kids ranging in age from 11 to 21, he wants to be there for his family and is ready to embrace a healthy lifestyle. When he loses the weight, he says he wants to look amazing in clothes and be physically active.

Former NFL offensive lineman Damien Woody, who weighs in at 388 pounds, will also be on the show, which premiers Sept. 11.