By Tyler Fenwick @Ty_Fenwick on May 4, 2014
Happy National Star Wars Day! May the fourth be with you, along with every other worn out joke this day brings with it. So here's to a fresh, new spin on the holiday nobody seems to care for yet everyone seems to endure. Here are 10 NFL players, current and former, who could definitely fill the role of Darth Vader.
Mario Williams is currently with the Buffalo Bills, and he was selected No. 1 overall in the 2006 NFL Draft. Since then, Williams has only gotten bigger, stronger and faster. He's an intimidating dude.
Bill Romanowski is commonly known to be one of the dirtiest NFL players to ever come through the game. In fact, he's currently rated the top dog on Ranker.com's poll. Don't let that smile fool; there's a -- wait for it -- dark side to Mr. Romanowski.
Terrell Owens isn't very relevant anymore, but when he was out making plays, his favorite activity was taunting. He knew how good he was. That's a contagious act.
Adam 'Pacman' Jones is a very questionable figure in the NFL. Often times, his off-the-field activities tend to take away from the game. He's almost the perfect troublemaker for Darth Vader.
Ndamukong Suh is a large, scary, fierce, dirty man who will stop at nothing to destroy his competition and shake (or kick) a man to the ground below him.
DeSean Jackson has been building up a questionable character the last few months with reports popping up of him being released from the Eagles because of gang affiliation. No matter the case, it takes an agile dude to whip a lightsaber in a duel. Jackson fits the bill.
Aaron Hernandez is a nasty dude. Already charged with first-degree murder, Hernandez recently was involved in a jailhouse scuffle. I can imagine being so evil like Darth Vader isn't an easy task, but Hernandez seems to embrace the role.
Simply put, this man is a large bully. He hasn't built up the greatest reputation with anyone really.
This is a little bit of a throwback here. Charles Haley infamously told Troy Aikman upon his arrival in Dallas that he wasn't even good enough to hold Joe Montana's jock strap. He was very blunt in a not-very-kind way.
The best obviously comes last, and here's a horrible father. Travis Henry has fathered -- get this -- 11 children with 10 different women. He was arrested in 2009 for not making child support payments. You know who else was a really bad dad? You got it: Darth Vader.
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