There has been a long-standing debate as to who the strongest Washington Redskins player of all time actually is.
In recent history three names stand out, each of whom played defensive end. Current players Kedric Golston and Adam Carriker are on the list along with recently retired Phillip Daniels who spent last season as Washington’s Director of Player Development.
Daniels has long boasted of his enormous weight room feats, many of which are posted on YouTube.
Carriker has made no bones in proclaiming he has the “largest arms on the d-line.”
Golston is well-respected by teammates for making the weight room bleed.
The latter two won Lifter of the Year awards in college at Nebraska and Georgia, respectively.
But who truly is the strongest?
The trio battled it out with Chuck Carroll on “4th & Pain” to put the debate to rest.
About 4th & Pain
Washington Redskins defensive end Adam Carriker teams with radio veteran Chuck Carroll to host 4th & Pain — the only football and pro wrestling show hosted by a NFL player and a former wrestling announcer turned weight loss champion.
Check out the 4th & Pain pro wrestler interviews archive with Goldberg, Ryback, Jeff Hardy, Titus O’Neil, Miz, Kofi Kingston and more.