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While vacationing in Australia and New Zealand, Osemele decided to visit what he described as the "world's highest swing" and make the exhilarating leap.
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Here's an intense video of Osemele pumping himself up before plunging over the edge.
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In the second video, Osemele is calmer and collected enough to try a backflip.
Osemele did not specify in either post, but a Twitter user informed me that he jumped from a height of 350 feet at Queenstown's Canyon http://www.authenticnflraidersshop.com/shop-by-players-stacy-mcgee-jersey-c-2_43.html
Swing in New Zealand. He's lucky they had cables strong enough to support his 6-foot-5, 330-pound frame.
The Raiders are hoping their All-Pro left guard will make it out of the offseason alive and in one piece.