Chiefs’ Dontari Poe weighs in with heaviest TD in NFL history

William "Refrigerator" Perry is no longer the heaviest player to score an NFL touchdown.

That designation now belongs to 346-pound Kansas Chiefs nose tackle Dontari Poe after this 1-yard dive against the San Diego Chargers on Sunday.

Rumble, big man, rumble!

Poe now owns the record by about 16 pounds. Perry played at around 330 pounds back in the 1980s for the Chicago Bears, depending on the season (or whether you believe the Bears’ media guide).

Poe would have to do it in a Super Bowl to truly dethrone Perry for style points. And he’ll need a better nickname when he does it, just to be sure.


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