By Luke Easterling
After injuries an inconsistency plagued his first two NFL seasons, Tampa Bay Buccaneers pass rusher Noah Spence knew he needed to make a big jump this offseason.
To that end, he developed a plan to bulk up, and it worked.
How did he do it? ESPN’s Jenna Laine got the details on his rigorous dietary regimen:
Listed at 6-2, 251 pounds, Spence tells Laine he was recently up to 263 pounds, giving him the frame of an every-down defensive end in a 4-3 alignment.
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The Bucs managed a league-worst 22 sacks in 2017, so they need all the help they can get in that department. Clearly, Spence is serious about getting himself in shape to make an impact.