NFL Players and Their Celebrity Doubles
Often times we discuss which NFL players look like in terms of their game and style of play, but as it turns out, many NFL players resemble people off the field such as actors, singers and other celebrities in terms of looks and characteristics.
Take a look ahead for a little fun with NFL players and their celebrity look-alikes.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers' brown hair, blue eyes and dimples draw him resemblance to actor Jake Gyllenhaal.
The Minnesota Vikings cornerback has a slight resemblance to rhythm and blues singer Trey Songz.
Big bald head, goatee...it's not exact, but Ravens linebacker Jarret Johnson and NFL analyst Jay Glazer bare some resemblance.
You can't tell me you don't see this just a little bit...former Chicago Bears running back Adrian Peterson and Whoopi Goldberg.
With blue eyes, similar skin complexion and similar noses, Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin draws some resemblance to baseball player Alex Rodriguez.
Blue eyes, bushy eyebrows, similar hairstyle...why not? Browns quarterback Colt McCoy draws a slight resemblance to Malcolm in the Middle star Frankie Muniz.
Dolphins linebacker Jason Taylor's bald head, dark eyebrows and similar skin complexion can draw him comparisons to actor Boris Kodjoe.
Packers linebacker Clay Matthews and Fabio? OK, maybe it's just the hair.
Broncos backup quarterback Kyle Orton and rocker Dave Grohl draw resemblance in the face.
And for Dave Grohl No. 2, JP Losman. You decided who's a better resemblance between him and Orton.
Due to the haircut, I couldn't resist comparing Remi Ayodele and Mr. T.
The blue eyes, similar noses and almost identical facial hair make the Alex Smith and Ryan Gosling comparison an easy one.
You may find this one a little far fetched, but there is something about Jay Cutler's eyes and facial expressions that he sometimes bears a little resemblance to a young Bob Dylan.
Titans wide receiver Donnie Avery draws slight resemblance to R&B singer Pleasure P, and if you check out Avery's website, DonnieAvery17.com, you'll see he likes to get his R&B look on sometimes.
Something about this picture of the Ravens' Ben Grubbs reminds me of pro wrestler Mark Henry.