Vince Wilfork will bare it all for the ESPN Body Issue.
The 350-pound defensive tackle for the Houston Texans is one of several athletes who took part in the print magazine's celebration of the buffest in sports posing at least partially in the buff.
"I know I don't have six packs and eight packs and all that," Wilfork said in a statement. "But I'm perfectly fine with what I am. If people can look at me, look at a guy that's 325-plus doing an issue like this, I'm pretty sure that they might have a little confidence after seeing that it's okay to be who you are."
Chicago Cubs pitcher Jake Arrieta, a workout fiend who had a career year in 2015, UFC fighter Conor McGregor, NBA star Dwayne Wade of the Miami Heat and Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown are among the 19 athletes in the magazine.
Retired diver Greg Louganis, 56, is the issue's oldest and ESPN also features American duathlete Chris Mosier, the first transgender athlete in the issue.
Soccer player Christen Press of the United States Women's National Team and Super Bowl 50 MVP Von Miller, a linebacker for the Denver Broncos, are also included.