Emmitt played hiscollege ball at the University of Florida from 1987-1989. He entered the NFL draft in 1990 and is the first player from this draft to be inducted into the hall of fame. He played Professional football for 15 years from 1990-2004. While he was with the Dallas Cowboys he won 3 Super Bowls and was the first to win a Super Bowl, MVP award, the NFL rushing crown, and the MVP of a Super Bowl in 1993. He is also one of 4 running backs to lead the NFL in 3 straight years. Also as a Cowboy he became the All Time Rusher in NFL history passing his childhood hero Walter Payton. He finished his career with 18,355 rushing yards with both teams the Dallas Cowboys and the Arizona Cardinals. He was added to the Cowboys Ring of Honor in 2005 with former teammates Troy Aikman, and Michael Irvin. Congrats to Emmitt Smith the newest member of the National Football League Hall of Fame in 2010.

3 Responses to “EMMITT SMITH NFL HOF 2010”

  1. No doubt, this was well deserved. His induction speech backed up what we’ve know about him for a long time: He’s a down-to-earth, hard-working guy. I liked what he said about the difference between dreams and goals. He had dreamed about playing in the NFL from the time he was in grade school, but it was setting goals and acting on them that got him there.

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