SDSU Alum Witzmann In On Some “Heavy” NFL History!
Former Jackrabbit Playing For Kansas City
SON OF A NUTCRACKER! Dontari Poe with the jump pass for a TOUCHDOWN. https://t.co/Qv0ixKdVW3
— x-Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) December 26, 2016
KANSAS CITY, MO — A former South Dakota State Jackrabbit was in on some “heavy” NFL history last night.
Former Jackrabbit offensive lineman Bryan Witzmann, wearing number 70 for the Kansas City, was a special blocker during Dontari Poe’s touchdown pass to Demetrius Harris during their 33-10 win over Denver.
At 346 pounds, the defensive line man Poe is the heaviest player to ever throw a touchdown in the NFL.
The 6-7, 320 pounds himself, Witzmann hasn’t thrown a pass, but he has played in 10 games since being signed off the practice squad.