Seattle Seahawks wide receiver DK Metcalf competes in 100m race at USATF Golden Games | NBC Sports

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver DK Metcalf competes in 100m race at USATF Golden Games | NBC Sports

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver DK Metcalf finishes last in a nine-man field in the 100m at the USATF Golden Games but clocks in with a respectable time of 10.37 seconds and says “I think I did really well for myself” following the effort. #NBCSports #DKMetcalf #Olympics
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Seattle Seahawks wide receiver DK Metcalf competes in 100m race at USATF Golden Games | NBC Sports

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35 Responses

  1. Jonathaniel Cha says:

    He is about 40 lbs heavier than everyone else

  2. bob john says:

    If they put bakers jersey at the finish line dk wins no contest 😂

  3. Sean Rojas says:

    Bro he literally kept up and was competitive in something he’s doing for fun against others that DO IT FOR A LIVING. Dude’s a beast

    • Xen says:

      @Lenn 10.36 IS fast. A 10.36 will get you a full scholarship to run division I track in college. 75th is the NCAA is good considering there are 1000s of althetes.

    • kingrosekilla says:

      @Spenser and its another 50m to run idiot lol

    • Fritz Dorisca says:

      Bruh you know the Olympics runs a sub 10 right

    • Spenser says:

      @kingrosekilla Hes not a professional sprinter you fool. What he did was impressive.

    • Kim Chung says:

      @Mteo kay DUMBASS THAT WAS A WEAK LINE UP! Only Rogers was the one that is a known runner. Try putting COLEMAN, GATLIN, BRUMELL AND LYLES there you idiot!

  4. Benjamin Valenzuela says:

    I had respect for DK since he came into the league, but now I have mad respect for him. That dude is a monster and he kept up with world class sprinters!

  5. Mr. Gentlezombie says:

    Imagine winning this race and the announcers barely mention you.

  6. Jae Choi says:

    Dude got last and my respect for him went up. That’s how crazy it is for him to run like that at his weight

  7. Seattle Seahawks says:

    DK! 🏃🏿‍♂️💨

  8. DBZ Guru says:

    You gotta think about how big that man is though. Carrying all that weight and he STILL kept up with them. Insane

  9. Jr Tee says:

    This man got 2 whole people living in his body keeping up with the track star…gods gift right there

  10. edboy484 says:

    Any two sport athlete could tell you running a 100m and running on a football field are two totally different beasts. Cleats and spikes feel different. The surface is different. For him to hold up against guys who have dedicated their lives to this is nothing short of incredible. Respect to DK and respect to the guys doing this every day

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