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How fast a football player throw a football?


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2011-08-28 04:05:23
2011-08-28 04:05:23

John Elway was clocked at 61 mph.

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John Elway wqs clocked at 61 mph.

I'm guessing between 95 & 105 miles per hour

75 yards i looked it up in traing camp

If you throw it right, the football will spiral everytime.

it can be pitched as fast as you can throw it. throw it really fast!

It varies from player to player. Some throw in the 70s to the upper 90s.

You throw a football like you would a baseball.

There is no such thing as the fastest football. Footballs can't be fast. It depends how strong the quarter back is because if the quarter back is really strong he can throw it really fast and far. So theres your answer.

The football player was teaching a fledgling how to throw the ball.

It all depends on how fast that you throw the ball.

The same way that males throw an (American?) football.

You must be in good physical condition and you have to be able to catch and throw the football and you have to be able to run.

Yes,it helps and give off better friction to give the ball to the player.

No you can not score from a throw in.

you say hey and throw the football at him and say will u sighn it i did it to aj halk it was cool matt wiegand

There are not to many different ways to get a free football. Sometimes, if a football player makes a great play, he will then throw the football in the stands and you can try to catch it, but that is not very likely.

The same way you throw a football normally, just with more power.

I say it this way: "I like to throw and catch a football."

Receiver, Corner, or Safety. QB if you can throw. IF you're a highschool player, that is.

He checks whoes throw in it is, if a player is offside, if it is a free kick and if it's a penalty.

As fast as you can throw them ;)

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