Worth Watching: See Minnesota Vikings QB Joe Webb Make 54-Inch Standing Jump

Andrea Hangst@FBALL_AndreaFeatured Columnist IVMarch 7, 2012

Minnesota Vikings backup quarterback (and, in 2011, sometimes running back and wide receiver, though that's all over with now) Joe Webb has an impressive vertical leap that we've known about since he jumped a whopping 42" at the 2010 Scouting Combine.

Perhaps you've seen him leap seven tackling dummies, or maybe you've just heard about it. But now, a new video has surfaced of Webb showing that he's still got it—when "it" means jumping skills—by completing an impossible-seeming 54" standing jump.

Though Webb will no longer be catching passes in Minnesota, it's easy to see why the team had him give it a go last season. At 6'4" tall and possessing some of the most ridiculous leaping abilities in the league, he's at least got two things going for him should he ever want to revive his receiving career.

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