Who was on the 2012 Madden cover?
But one particular Madden cover athlete—the man who headlined the 2012 edition—stands out for being neither flashy nor a Pro Bowler. Remember Peyton Hillis? Seventh-round pick with only 26 career touchdowns, one 1,000-yard season and zero trips to the league’s annual all-star game?
What happened Napoleon McCallum?
McCallum suffered a complete hyperextension of his left knee, almost to a right angle. He suffered a ruptured artery in his left knee, and tore three ligaments, tore the calf and hamstring from the bone, and suffered nerve damage in the knee.
Who broke Willis McGahee?
In the early part of the fourth quarter during the 2003 Fiesta Bowl National Championship Game, McGahee suffered an injury after catching a screen pass from Dorsey. He was immediately hit by Buckeye safety Will Allen, bending his left knee backwards and causing tears of the ACL, PCL, and MCL.
What happened to Tim Krumrie?
Krumrie had fractures in his tibia, fibula, and ankle. It’s considered to be the worst injury in Super Bowl history. He suffered the injury as he tackled 49ers running back Roger Craig midway through the first quarter.
Where is Napoleon Kaufman now?
Napoleon “Nip” Kaufman (born June 7, 1973) is a former American football player and currently an ordained minister and head football coach at Bishop O’Dowd High School in Oakland, California.
Has Frank Gore been injured?
Gore suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in his left knee during spring practice in 2002 and spent the following season recovering from knee surgery. Before his injury that year, Gore beat out future NFL running back Willis McGahee in the spring of 2002 for the role as the Hurricanes’ starter.
Who is the oldest running back in the NFL?
A household name, New York Jets’ latest addition Frank Gore is the oldest running back in the league at 37 years old. Gore spent most of his career playing for the San Francisco 49ers, where he remains the franchise’s all-time leader in rushing yards.
Who has played the longest in NFL history?
Players with the greatest longevity in the NFL tend to be quarterbacks and kickers. The oldest running back to ever play in the NFL was Marcus Allen at age 37. The Pro Football Hall of Fame website lists Jim Thorpe as the oldest running back to play in the history of the NFL at the age of 40.
Who is the oldest offensive lineman in the NFL?
(Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images) Los Angeles Rams’ offensive tackle Andrew Whitworth is the oldest offensive linemen in the NFL at 38 years old and, as it stands, he’s got several more years left in the league. Whitworth was drafted No. 55 overall by the Cincinnati Bengals after an impressive college career at LSU.
Who is the oldest punter in the NFL right now?
Long-time Kansas City Chiefs punter Dustin Colquitt is the oldest to currently play that position at 38 years old. First drafted by the Chiefs in the third round of the 2005 draft, Colquitt won his first Super Bowl in 2019.