The 32 Greatest Running Backs in NFL History

[post_page_title]Priest Holmes[/post_page_title]
Holmes was an undrafted free agent and signed the Baltimore Ravens in 1997. He was able to contribute in a backup role during his four seasons with the team. When he received a real chance at a starting gig in Kansas City, his career really took off. In his first season with the Chiefs, he took down the league rushing title with 1,555 yards. But he was just getting started, as he led the league in rushing touchdowns in each of the following two seasons. In 2002, he scored 21 rushing touchdowns as well as 1,615 rushing yards. In 2003, he set a new NFL record with 27 rushing touchdowns, clearly becoming the top running back in the league during that three-year stretch.

Priest Holmes

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