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Michael Bennett’s tiny shoulder pads are meant for a kicker

The pads allow the Seattle lineman greater flexibility while also showing off his pipes. Michael Bennett, at 6’4 and 274 pounds, is a large defensive end. But he’s not so big regular football shoulder pads can’t cover his massive arms. Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports Instead, the Pro Bowl lineman cultivates his unique look with a special touch of his own; pads typically worn by Seattle’s kickers.
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