There are two types of offensive guards in the National Football League.
There are smaller, nimbler types who rely on burst and technique to get the job done, and then there are "road grader" types who just power defenders into submission.
Kentucky guard Larry Warford definitely falls into that latter category.
The 332-pound beefeater had a great deal of success pushing defenders around during his career in Lexington, earning second-team All-SEC honors three times.
Here's a look back at some of his highlights with the Wildcats.