AJ Dillon is your prototypical bruising running back. He’s 6 feet tall, weighs nearly 250 pounds, and his thighs are so large and strong that he has nicknamed them “quadzilla” and “quadfather.” So, I’m not sure who had the bright idea to pair Dillon off with an intern in a mascot outfit to perform the Oklahoma drill, but the video leaves no doubt that Dillon is ready for training camp.
According to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Dillon was at the Kenosha Kingfish ballpark as part of a charitable softball tournament that featured other Green Bay Packer players, both current and past.
For those unfamiliar, the Oklahoma drill is when two players start on their back, have to flip onto their feet, and collide as one player tries to pass a goal line and the other person plays defender and tries to stop that. It’s a test of physical strength and sheer will. In this instance, the Kenosha Kingfisher mascot “Elvis” had neither.
Watch the video if you want to see a dead body.
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