Damn, Bret Lockett is fiiiiiiiiine. I really need to schedule in more NFL games in my television viewing especially if there are views of Lockett’s donkey booty in high-definition. Now, that is a masterpiece. As a side note: did know the NFL’s famous pigskin is actually made from synthetic materials? You learn something new everyday.

“What really hurt me was when I saw that an animal was still able to move and lift its head up after it was completely skinned. It brought tears to my eyes.” - Bret Lockett

The New York Jets safety is the latest NFL player to drop his clothes for PETA’s “Ink, Not Mink” campaign urging people to be comfortable in their own skin and not in animals. The Buffalo Bills’ Shawne Merrimen also puts his physique on display for the organization. “Lights Out” as Merrimen is better known proudly shows off his heart of gold, literally. He has a tattoo with those words on his well-defined pecs.

Lockett and Merrimen are the latest NFL players to work with PETA. They join a growing list of athletes including Terrell Suggs, Willis McGahee, Chris Andersen, Chad Ochocinco, Amar’e Stoudemire, Tony Gonzalez, Aaron Curry, “Sugar” Shane Mosley, and Tito Ortiz who have all teamed up to promote kindness towards animals. Check out Bret Lockett and Shawne Merrimen’s ads below which were photographed by Tyler Jason.

If you want to see Bret’s bare butt, watch the video below. Be warned, there are a few graphic scenes of animals being skinned in between Bret’s photo shoot.