Hall of Fame NFL Running Back
Career Highlights: Hall of Famer Marshall Faulk’s combination of speed, power and elusiveness made him one of the most exciting players in NFL history. Elected into the Hall of in 2012, Faulk earned seven Pro Bowl invitations, was a First-Team All-Pro honoree three times, was a second-team All-Pro selection three times and was the 2000 NFL MVP. In his 12-year career, Faulk posted seven 1,000-yard rushing seasons, 38 100-yard rushing games, three 200-yard rushing games and eight 100-yard receiving games. He was the first player in NFL history to gain 2,000 yards in four consecutive seasons. In seven seasons with the St. Louis Rams, he set the team record for touchdowns (84), gained 11,030 yards, and led team to a win over the Tennessee Titans in Super Bowl XXXIV. Faulk also led the Rams to a 14-2 record in 2001-02 and played New England in Super Bowl XXXVI. Faulk earned Offensive Player of the Year honors three consecutive years (1999-2001). Drafted second overall by Indianapolis, Faulk spent five seasons there where as a rookie he won both the Offensive Rookie of the Year Award and the Pro Bowl’s MVP Award.