Undrafted out of Temple in 1998, Larry Chester played seven NFL seasons, including the final three years of his career with the Miami Dolphins, spending nearly every down next to Tim Bowens at defensive tackle.
In the tank, Larry explains the unique nickname Bowens gave him (2:06), shares why he came across so angry during his Dolphins days (4:03), sheds light as to why Randy McMichael felt frightened after practicing with him for the first time (7:59), makes a routine out of throwing the team priest into the swimming pool (11:18), reflects on his uncanny strength which led to lifting cars in college (14:24), opens up as to why there is no need to hire security when “Uncle” Jay Williams attends your daughter’s birthday party (21:00), discusses playing in front of linebacker legends Zach Thomas and Junior Seau (29:30), and recalls a fateful day in San Diego where chasing a scrambling Drew Brees may not have been the best idea (34:34).
Contributors to this episode include Sean Todd aka DJ Prēc and Miami Dolphins Productions.
Theme song created and performed by The Honorable SoLo D.
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