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Even at 36 years old, future Hall of Fame running back Frank Gore is not ready to call it a career.

After spending one season with the Miami Dolphins, Gore inked a one-year deal with the division-rival Buffalo Bills earlier in the offseason.

It might only be May, but Gore already looks like he’s ready to take some names. Check out his look during Bills OTAs this week.

By the time most of us are 36, we’re at that beer belly stage of life. It takes a two-hour trip to the gym just to work off the previous night’s escapades.

Not Mr. Gore.

The five-time Pro Bowler continues to go strong in what has been one of the most amazing careers for a running back in NFL history.

Last season with the Dolphins, Gore put up 846 yards and averaged five yards per touch. It was the first time since 2005 that Gore did not reach the 1,200-yard plateau.

If this is any indication, the Inconvenient Truth will be ready to go in Western New York when September comes calling.