The long-time St. Louis Rams running back, Steven Jackson made the move to Atlanta for the 2013 season and did everything he could to handle his hamstring issues. Despite a slow start and the Falcons’ unexpectedly weak season, Jackson still found the end zone six times in the team’s final six games, proving that his work ethic and dedication to the weight room have allowed him to be one of few NFL running backs to remain effective and ready for more after crossing into his 30s. With a 6’2”, 240-pound frame, Jackson backs up his output with some solid numbers, running the 40 in 4.45 and benching 355 pounds. If he continues his longevity at one of football’s most taxing positions, know that his obsessive gym habits are a major factor.
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