Hafthor Bjornsson (6'9", 425 lbs) has already conquered the world of powerlifting.
There have been rumblings in the past that NFL teams were interested in Bjornsson, best known as The Mountain from Game of Thrones.
In 2013, Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay sent out a vague tweet about a then-23-year-old "Monster Strong Man."
Bjornsson told Wetzel his talks with the Colts "didn't get far" because he wanted to focus on other things.
"At that time, I had a dream and a goal to win the World's Strongest Man," he said. "And in my mind, if I had gone a different journey, I wouldn't have given myself fully to that journey. I'm the kind of a guy that if I go into something, I go all in."
The Icelander won the World's Strongest Man competition in 2018 and has won the Arnold Strongman Classic the last three years.
Most recently, Bjornsson broke the world deadlift record when he lifted 1,104 pounds May 2.