The 32 Greatest Running Backs in NFL History

[post_page_title]Bo Jackson[/post_page_title]
Jackson became notorious in the 1990s for his part in the “Bo Knows” Nike ad campaign. But his most impressive feat was the fact that he is the only person to ever receive All-Star recognition in both the NFL and MLB. Jackson was a “home run” hitter in football as well, as was evident during his short tenure in the league. Despite playing in just four seasons as a result of injury, Jackson was able to record a long run of at least 88 yards in three of those years. Jackson was initially drafted into the league by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with the first overall pick in the 1986 draft. After he refused to sign with the team, he ended up being drafted the following year by the L.A. Raiders in the seventh round.

Bo Jackson

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