It's one thing for a professional athlete (who doesn't play in the NBA) to dunk a basketball. We've seen that before.
It's an even more impressive accomplishment for said non-NBA pro to pull off an assortment of slams, from off-the-backboard dunks to one-handed jams. Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell, the team's second-round pick in 2013 and its Rookie of the Year last season, does just that in an awesome new video.
Bell, who is 6-foot-1 and was an all-conference basketball player in high school, posted a video to Instagram of him throwing down a host of dunks with authority.
Not bad for someone who also set the Steelers' rookie record for yards from scrimmage. Bell missed three games but still managed to rush for 860 yards and eight touchdowns.
In case you were wondering, Bell has put his leaping abilities on display before.