Before Barry Sanders became an NFL superstar with the Detroit Lions, he produced the most dominant season ever seen in college football.
Former Detriot Lions great Barry Sanders has had to go the legal route to squash the usage of his likeness that poked fun at the franchise.
Barry Sanders is one of the most explosive players the NFL has ever seen. But did Sanders leave the league with significant riches?
Adrian Peterson is now a member of the Detroit Lions and former Lions great Barry Sanders gave him a nice welcome.
When a great NFL player retires in their prime it can be quite shocking. Barry Sanders is just one of many examples of this.
Barry Sanders left the game earlier than necessary. He was ready to move on from the Lions. So what has Sanders been up to since then?
The star running back has a significant goal for the 2020 season that involves surpassing the former Detroit Lions great.
Barry Sanders is one of the most talented football players of all time. He’s also one of the few Heisman winners to live up to expectations in the NFL.
A string of injuries and the strain of rehabilitating motivated Andrew Luck to quit the NFL while in his prime. He wasn’t alone in exiting the sports world too soon.
McCaffrey has notched yet another NFL record that not even Hall of Famers Barry Sanders or LaDainian Tomlinson reached.
Tony Mandarich wasn’t a QB, so he’s not remembered like Barry Sanders. But fans will never forget the worst NFL draft bust ever.
Saquon Barkley isn’t having the greatest season so far. After a difficult stretch of games, Barkley turned to his idol for inspiration.
In his 15th season in the NFL, Buffalo Bills running back Frank Gore has continued to prove to be an ageless wonder out of the backfield. Gore has racked up numerous impressive career marks along the way in his illustrious career. During Week 12 action against the Denver Broncos, he put another notch on his …
If you didn’t already think Barry Sanders was the greatest running back in NFL history, we found more impressive stats should seal the deal.
While it’s impossible for the pros to play forever, some distinguished NFL players retired too early, disappointing their fans and teams.