former college/NFL running back; played for University of Utah, Mt. San Jacinto Junior College, Broncos & Ravens; AP NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year Award in 2000; released by Ravens in 2007, current free agent; 2X Mountain West All-Conference player
In 1954 Ed Andrews was the New York Yankees' first Negro League pitcher. Unfortunately Andrews never panned out as expected or he and not Elston Howard would have been the first black player in team history.
Former college/NFL/AFL running back/kick returner; played for New Mexico State University, Rams, Raiders & Redskins; member of College Football Hall of Fame (2009); All-American. Actor - The Longest Yard, Delvecchio (16 episodes as Robbie)
Steven George Avery (born August 18, 1966) is a former professional American football running back in the National Football League. He was originally signed by the Houston Oilers as an undrafted rookie free agent in 1989.
Running Back for the Detroit Lions. previously played with the New Orleans Saints, Buffalo Bills, Indianapolis Colts, and Philadelphia Eagles. Attended Wayne State University. 2009 Harlon Hill Trophy winner for the MVP in NCAA Division II football
former college/NFL/AFL running back; played for Maryland Eastern Shore & New York Jets; 2X All-American; 2X Pro Bowler; member of College Football Hall of Fame; member of Jets Super Bowl III championship team
Former college/NFL running back; played for University of Florida, Dallas Cowboys & Seattle Seahawks; also coached at Air Force, Rice, Clemson & Arkansas; current running backs coach University of Kentucky
American Actor and Football Player (Philadelphia Eagles) born 1937.-*M*A*S*H*,Doom Beach,Midnight Run,Frequency,A Place Called Today,Dynamite Brothers,Black Gunn,Sweet Sugar,Black Heat,Capitol,Nashville
Comedian & Actor: The George Burns & Gracie Allen Show, Six of a Kind, International House, A Damsel in Distress, The Sunshine Boys, Oh God!, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, Going in Style, 18 Again!, Radioland Murders
German ww2 ME262 pilot born 1924. Was never in the Wehrmacht; author - The last of the few: An Me.262 Pilot remembers, flew the buckner 181, 131, fw 44, ar 66, f-13, w33, w34, ju86, ju88, ju52, me110, me210, me40, me262, klemm 35, sg38, kranich
WWII - Mine Platoon of the Anti-Tank Company, 69th Infantry Division, 271st Regiment. First combat at the 'Siegfried Line' in February 1945; crossed the Rhine on March 27, 1945; arrived at the KZ Buchenwald one day after its liberation
Director/actor/writer 'Return to Tarawa: The Leon Cooper Story' 'Random Passage'/4 years Naval officer in WW2. Landing craft officer-Boat Group Commander for my ship-landing assault troops on the beaches of six Japanese island strongholds
U.S. Air Force brigadier general (Ret.)& author 'Around the World with LBJ: My Wild Ride As Air Force One Pilot', White House Aide, & Personal Confidant/Military aide & chief Air Force One pilot under President Lyndon B. Johnson
Author;'Just A Kid, A Guard at the Nuremberg Trials' 18 years old when drafted in 1944, into infantry. Found himself standing guard over Nazi war criminals, & watched as atrocities were described in detail throughout the Nuremberg Trails
Melvin Farr, Jr. (born August 12, 1966 in Santa Monica, California) is a former American football running back who played one season for the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League. He attended and played college football for the UCLA Bruins.
former college/NFL running back; played for University of Southern California, Kansas City Chiefs & San Diego Chargers; 1965 Heisman Trophy Winner; member of College Football Hall of Fame; 2X All-American; current USC Athletic Director
former college/NFL/USFL running back; played for Ohio State University, Jacksonville Bulls & Bengals; 2X Heisman Trophy winner; 3X All-American; set NCAA rushing record at 5,177 yards; #24 overall pick 1976 NFL draft
current Indiana University running backs coach; former running backs coach at Syracuse, Eastern and Western Michigan Universities; previously played for the Indianapolis Colts; attended the University Of Michigan
Actress - The Slime People, Pajama Party, Ride The Wild Surf, City Under The Sea, Dr. Goldfoot & The Bikini Machine, The Ghost In The Invisible Bikini (title role). Wife of A.I.P. president James H. Nicholson from 1964 until his death in 1972
former college/NFL running back; played for University of Georgia, Phoneix/Arizona Cardinals, Cincinnati Bengals, San Fransisco 49ers & Denver Broncos; 2X Pro Bowler; #3 overall 1993 NFL draft; SEC Player of the Year (1992)
former Denver Broncos, Buffalo Bills & Tennessee Titans running back; played collegiality at University of Tennessee; sentenced to three years in federal prison for financing a cocaine trafficking operation
former college/NFL running back; played for University of Texas, Chiefs & Ravens; 3X Pro Bowler; member of Ravens Super Bowl XXXV Championship team; played in same backfield with Ricky Williams at Texas