Recently, while at an extremely remote filming location for a movie I'm producing, I encountered a young man I'll call Sims who is a literal giant.
Sims is 22 years old, 9 feet tall, and he weights 800 pounds. Extraordinarily, he seems to be proportioned normally, his gigantism is not a result of a pituitary disorder, though he does have physiological adjustments that allow him to thrive at his size.
Despite being untrained, Sims is probably the strongest man alive, capable of deadlifting and squatting over 1000 pounds with ease. His 40 yard dash is 5 seconds, without ever training. He appears at least as durable as an ordinary man, being no more prone to broken bones, torn muscles or ligaments due to naturally stronger materials but he isn't invincible and can get injured.
Now I also have partial ownership in a certain NFL franchise, and I believe that Sims would make a fantastic player. I've broached the subject with him, shown him a few clips of our 2007 and 2011 teams, and Sims is very excited to play. He currently works with his family on their farm, and is tired of labouring all day in the sun.
My question is: What American football position should Sims play and why?
Furthermore, what sort of team and what type of players should I pick to best assist him? Also, how successful do you think he can make my team?
A few caveats: He's never played football before, and I want him ready by August for next season. He speaks no English. He can get extremely aggressive and violent when wrestling with the other villagers, having killed a few by accident, part of the reason he's eager to leave.
Finally, Sims younger brothers also seem to share his mutation. Within a decade I could have up to 7 Sims size players, how would I best incorporate them into my team? Is there another sport they might do better at?