Here is my official list of the Top 10 RBs in NFL history! Let me know below if you agree or disagree with my rankings.
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2015 WALTER PAYTON NFL MAN OF THE YEAR TEAM WINNERS
Steve Smith Sr.
David Bruton Jr.
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What if you could rub your magic football and travel in time?
Your first decision would be whether to travel backwards to the past or forwards to the future.
The Past: You could go to any of the great NFL games of the past: watch Bart Starr play in the first Super Bowl, or maybe meet Walter Payton at the Pro Bowl in Hawaii! You could watch your favorite NFL great play in his prime. It'd be like seeing the Pro Football Hall of Fame come to life!
The Future: Cyborg football players shooting lasers out of their eyes and traveling over 100-miles per hour, while playing on a field of flames! You'd watch from a super comfy hi-tech couch in the stands while eating hot dogs that are healthier than carrots and cheese nachos that have more essential vitamins than broccoli.
Draft Town in Chicago will be ROCKING when the draft starts on Thursday.
Check it out as Brittney Payton, daughter of NFL legend Walter Payton (Sweetness!), provides all the 411 on Draft Town.
NFL RUSH will be at Draft Town all week so check back often, and don't forget to watch the NFL Draft starts tonight on the NFL Network.
Question: How do you make the NFL Draft even more awesome?
Answer: You add Draft Town, an NFL experience the size of 15 football fields, with live music, great food, free player autographs, interactive games and photo opportunities!
Draft Town includes:
Chicago Bears Hall of Fame running back Walter Payton rushed for 16,726 yards and 110 touchdowns during his career.
He set the standard for the modern day running back leaving the game at the top of the record books.
Watch how he did it over the course of he course of his legendary career.
Every day kept getting better and more exciting as the big day was close. The 4th Annual NFL Honors Awards took place on the eve of Super Bowl Sunday.
I was invited to attend this star-studded event. As I rode the elevator from my hotel to attend the event, I stood next to Carolina Panthers linebacker, winner of the Walter Payton Man of The Year Award, Thomas Davis. He took the time to take a picture with me and was a very nice guy who does great work for underprivileged children and their families. Once I arrived to the event, I walked the red carpet for the first time ever and walked right behind the evening's host, late night talk show host Seth Meyers, who was very funny.Entering into the event provided me the opportunity to talk and take pictures with legendary players, such as Hall of Fame wide receiver Cris Carter. I spoke to the NFLPA Executive Director, DeMaurice Smith, who introduced me to the owner of the Kansas City Chiefs, Clark Hunt. I was able to spend time with the winner of the Together We Make Football contest, Christian from Oklahoma. Amazing players, such as Aaron Rogers and Odell Beckham Jr. took time out to say hello to me and high five me.
When the event ended, I was leaving and I walked right next to actress Mariska Hargitay from the show Law and Order and asked her if she would take a picture with me and she was so nice! The night was so exciting, but I knew I better get some rest for the big moment!
Derrick Brooks was a linebacking machine for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for 14 years!
Derrick Brooks Career Highlights:
Pro Bowl eleven times.
All-Pro nine times.
Walter Payton Man of the Year Award (2000).
AP NFL Defensive Player of the Year (2002).
NFL 2000s All-Decade Team.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers retired number (#55).