Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott and Patriots receiver Julian Edelman are among the National Football League players who will show off their bodies in the issue, which is created to celebrate bodies of all shapes and sizes.
The ninth annual Body Issue will feature 23 athletes, including track and field Olympian Novlene Williams-Mills of Jamaica.
He will be showing it off in ESPN Magazine's 2017 Body Issue.
"My abs get a lot of attention", Elliott said in an ESPN E60: interview. "I feel like, you know, I'm going to lose some mojo if I lose my abs, so I gotta make sure I stay right".
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You can see a preview of Elliott's photo shoot here.
The team hopes to win its first Olympic gold medal since the 1998 Winter Olympics in February's PyeongChang Games. Other athletes baring flesh include Boston Celtics guard Isaiah Thomas, New England Patriots WR Julian Edelman, Philadelphia Eagles TE Zach Ertz, tennis star Caroline Wozniacki, and Los Angeles Sparks forward and 2016 WNBA MVP Nneka Ogwumike.
Photos, interviews and videos with all of the athletes will debut on ESPN.com on July 5, and the magazine will hit newsstands two days later.
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