Which NFL players are on track to play indoor skiediving?

It’s been an odd year for indoor skiers and snowboarders.

A couple of players, including Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Michael Floyd, were drafted to play in the NFL.

But it seems that for the majority of the time, indoor skiing has been a dream only for a select few.

The majority of players who have played indoor skiing in the past are not even in the league anymore.

Here are some of the most notable indoor skier and snowboarding athletes who never even made it to the NFL or to the World Cup.

1.

Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer The Arizona Cardinals are a solid indoor skiest team in the NFC West.

Palmer and the Cardinals were a surprise in the first round of the 2017 NFL draft by selecting Arizona quarterback Carson Wentz with the third overall pick.

Wentz is one of the best quarterbacks in the world, but Palmer has been one of his most consistent teammates.

He has won two MVP awards and was named the National Football League MVP in 2019 after leading the NFL in passer rating.

Wentzan is the kind of player who makes a difference.

He can score a lot of touchdowns in a hurry, but it’s all downhill from there.

He also has the skills to make the plays on the field.

Palmer also was the only player to lead the NFL with 10 interceptions.

2.

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger Roethlien is the perfect example of an elite indoor skidder.

The quarterback led the NFL all season in interceptions with seven, and he’s a stud at throwing it in the air.

The former Wisconsin Badgers star was a three-time Pro Bowler and three-year NFL starter.

But Roethliberger never made it into the NFL as a free agent.

He spent four years with the Arizona Cardinals and was released after one season.

He later signed a one-year deal with the Denver Broncos.

3.

Denver Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas After being drafted in the second round of last year’s draft, Demaryias Thomas went undrafted.

He had three interceptions and was second on the Broncos in receptions with 55.

Thomas also had one touchdown catch.

But Thomas was drafted as a wide receiver out of Arizona State.

He’s been one to watch for a long time.

He was named to the Pro Bowl five times and was a Pro Bowled MVP in 2018.

4.

Washington Redskins defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh He’s also one of those players who is always in the conversation.

He led the league with 19 sacks last season.

His sack total was the most by any player in NFL history.

He and former Washington quarterback Kirk Cousins were a couple of great defensive tackles for the Redskins.

Suh has also been one for the ages as he has three interceptions in his career.

5.

Minnesota Vikings linebacker Christian Wilkins He was drafted by the Vikings in the third round in 2015.

Wilkins has had an impressive career so far.

He missed the entire 2016 season with a torn ACL in his right knee, but has played in all 16 games this year.

He finished with 44 tackles and a forced fumble.

6.

New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski The former Patriots tight ends coach was named defensive coordinator of the Seattle Seahawks last year.

Gronkowski has been an excellent player in the AFC West for many years, but he is finally getting a chance to make an impact in the National Hockey League.

Gronk is the type of player you have to have the confidence in to do the things that he does.

He always knows where he is going, and the people around him are always on him.

He is always looking to improve.

He even took some time off this past offseason to help his family and raise money for charity.

7.

Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan After the Patriots drafted Aaron Rodgers with the first overall pick in the 2017 draft, Ryan was drafted in front of the entire Patriots coaching staff.

He went on to become one of their best players, and his play on the football field made him a superstar.

Ryan had four interceptions and his sack total rose to 14 in the season that followed.

8.

Denver Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen Keenan is one to follow in the footsteps of a great quarterback, but Allen is also a great player in his own right.

He started his career at LSU before going on to make it to San Diego where he won two Super Bowls.

Allen has also had a number of memorable plays, including a catch for a touchdown in the Super Bowl against the Seattle SuperSonics in 2017.

9.

Chicago Bears defensive tackle Eddie Goldman Goldman is one such player.

He retired from football last year after a successful career.

Goldman has a reputation for being an excellent athlete, but his career has been short.

He signed with the Seattle Sounders as a Free Agent in the offseason.

He played well for the Sounders last year, but is now an unrestricted free agent, and could be looking at a