- Steelers RB Najee Harris is extremely ripped during workouts.
- The second-year star is reportedly all “quads and hamstrings.”
- Najee Harris took exception to reporters commenting on his weight.
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Second-year running back and former Alabama Crimson Tide star Najee Harris is making headlines during Pittsburgh Steelers’ practice with a new physique.
The Steelers’ workhorse RB is now listed at 244 pounds, which is impressive. But, even more impressive is how built he is.
He’s all quads and hamstrings.
— Mark Kaboly (@MarkKaboly) May 31, 2022
Harris is ripped indeed and, according to Mark Kaboly of The Athletic, he is “all quads and hamstrings.” Yes, Harris did check in last summer at 241 pounds, but he definitely didn’t look this built.
The new era in Pittsburgh is here after Ben Roethlisberger retired, and Harris has all the tools to become the star of the show on offense.
Najee Harris’ new look has everybody buzzing
Harris checked in attempting to do his best Jerome Bettis impression. As such, everybody noticed Harris looked built.
I’ve now seen Najee Harris’ quads with my own eyes.
And yes, they’re as impressive as Twitter made them out to be last week. pic.twitter.com/hAq4jntr8p
— Brooke Pryor (@bepryor) May 31, 2022
Derrick Henry — 6'3 247 lbs & ran a 4.54s
Najee Harris — 6'2 244 lbs & ran a 4.45spic.twitter.com/v6t5eDtAZK
— ً (@utdrobbo) May 31, 2022
— Josh Rowntree (@JRown32) May 26, 2022
— Wes Uhler (@WesleyUhler) May 31, 2022
Najee Harris proceeded to rip reporters for commenting on his weight
The news of Harris’ weight quickly became a talking point for the reports.
However, Harris was not thrilled with one such Tweet and went on to rip the reports coming out from practice.
Bra I weighed 240 last year. Reporters really don’t be knowing nothing just be tweeting shit
— Najee Harris (@ohthatsNajee22) May 31, 2022
For what it’s worth, the Steelers’ official website lists Harris at 232 pounds, so there’s that.
Nonetheless, Harris has made headlines at the end of May for his unreal physique, and that should be quite frightening for the AFC North and the rest of the NFL as they try to stop one of the best young players in the game.