Eric Decker swears by these 'well-tailored' workout clothes (Exclusive)


If you're going to take workout advice from anyone, Eric Decker's a pretty safe bet.

The former NFL player, who played wide receiver for the Denver Broncos, New York Jets and Tennessee Titans for eight total seasons before retiring last summer, has cemented himself as one of the most influential football players to also cross over into pop culture.

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Recently, Decker partnered with the mens activewear brand Rhone for Father's Day, where he shared some of his favorite products from the ever-growing brand. Though it's too late to order the comfortable clothing that he picked out in time for Father's Day, it's still shoppable online -- and the products have some passionate fans.

The Element V-Neck tee was described by buyers as "comfy," "well-tailored" and having the "perfect fit," while fans of the Swift Short called them a "very comfortable and supportive pair of running shorts, with just the right amount of coverage."

Check out all of Eric Decker's top workout picks below:


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  • super smash flash 2
    (2019-06-17 04:25:32Z)

    Very impressive at the same time, i'm going to be making - was stupendous! Thanks so much.


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