Earlier today we learned about a high school football team in the state of Washington with linemen so large that three opposing teams have forfeited their games.
At the level of competition where you would expect the linemen to weight over 3 bills, the Washington Redskins have the heaviest starting offensive line with a combined weight of 1,630 pounds — an average of 326 per man. That’s LT Trent Williams (320), LG Shawn Lauvao (326), C Spencer Long (326), RG Brandon Scherff (323) and RT Moses Morgan (335). The folks at Memo-Nomics compiled the data (which may be up or down a few pounds here and there due to injuries, including in Washington where Long took over for starter Kory Lichtensteiger).
The Falcons have the lightest offensive line at a svelte 1,522 pounds for a 304.4 average. In total, Memo-Nomics found that the combined weight of the league’s 160 starting offensive linemen is 50,472 pounds.