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Chiefs' Dontari Poe becomes largest player to ever score offensive touchdown in NFL

By Alex Butler

KANSAS CITY, Mo., Nov. 23 (UPI) -- All 346 pounds of Dontari Poe plowed into pay dirt Sunday for a one-yard rushing touchdown.

Poe, normally a nose tackle, pounced to become the heaviest player ever to score an offensive touchdown in NFL history.

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Poe beat out the 335-pound William 'Refrigerator' Perry for a spot in the record books. Perry scored two rushing touchdowns and one receiving touchdown for the 1985 Chicago Bears.

The Chiefs dominated the San Diego Chargers 33-3 Sunday at Qualcomm Stadium.

Poe, 25, has 11.5 sacks and 125 tackles since being selected No. 11 overall in the 2012 NFL Draft by the Chiefs. He has been selected to two Pro Bowl teams in his last three seasons.

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