When people see Titans wide receiver Adam Humphries, they have little reason to assume he's a professional athlete.
He's an average-sized white guy, so it kind of makes sense.
Obviously, he's not the only white dude under 6' and 200 lbs to make it to the NFL. But considering the average look and build of guys the average person associates with pro football players, you can understand how we get to this point.
However, after seeing the likes of Wes Welker, Julian Edelman, Cole Beasley, Kevin Curtis, Brandon Stokely and basically any other white receiver who played heavily in the slot over the last two decades, you'd think we'd move past this stigma as a society and recognize small white dudes can be great football players too.