Contents 1 Early life 2 College football and athletics career 3 Professional football career 3.1 Buffalo Bills 3.2 San Francisco 49ers 3.3 Career summary 3.4 NFL records 3.5 NFL career statistics 4 Acting career 4.1 Frogmen 4.2 Juiced 4.3 Filmography 5 Endorsements 6 Family life 7 Legal history 7.1 Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman murders and trials 7.1.1 Criminal trial for murder 7.1.2 Wrongful death civil trial 7.2 Other legal troubles 7.3 Las Vegas robbery 7.4 Release from prison 8 Popular culture 8.1 Films and television 8.1.1 Films 8.1.2 Series and mini-series 8.2 Exhibits 9 See also 10 References 11 External links


Early life Born and raised in San Francisco, California, Simpson is the son of Eunice (née Durden; 1921–2001), a hospital administrator, and Jimmy Lee Simpson (1920–1986), a chef and bank custodian.[6] His father was a well-known drag queen in the San Francisco Bay Area. Later in life, Jimmy Simpson announced that he was gay. He died of AIDS.[7][8] Simpson's maternal grandparents were from Louisiana, and his aunt gave him the name Orenthal, which she said was the name of a French actor she liked.[9] Simpson has one brother, Melvin Leon "Truman" Simpson, one living sister, Shirley Simpson-Baker, and one deceased sister, Carmelita Simpson-Durio. As a child, Simpson developed rickets and wore braces on his legs until the age of five,[10] giving him his bowlegged stance.[11] His parents separated in 1952, and Simpson was raised by his mother.[12] Simpson grew up in San Francisco and lived with his family in the housing projects of the Potrero Hill neighborhood.[13] In his early teenage years, he joined a street gang called the Persian Warriors and was briefly incarcerated at the San Francisco Youth Guidance Center.[10] Future wife Marquerite, his childhood sweetheart, described Simpson as "really an awful person then";[14] after his third arrest, a meeting with Willie Mays during which the baseball star encouraged Simpson to avoid trouble helped persuade him to reform.[11] At Galileo High School (currently Galileo Academy of Science and Technology) in San Francisco, Simpson played for the school football team, the Galileo Lions.


College football and athletics career Although Simpson was an All-City football player at Galileo, his mediocre high-school grades prevented him from attracting the interest of many college recruiters. After a childhood friend's injury in the Vietnam War influenced Simpson to stay out of the military, he enrolled at City College of San Francisco in 1965.[11] He played football both ways as a running back and defensive back and was named to the Junior College All-American team as a running back.[15] City College won the Prune Bowl against Long Beach State, and many colleges sought Simpson as a transfer student for football.[11] Simpson chose to attend the University of Southern California (USC), which he had admired as a young football fan,[11] over the University of Utah and played running back for head coach John McKay in 1967 and 1968.[16] Simpson led the nation in rushing both years under McKay: in 1967 with 1,543 yards and 13 touchdowns, and in 1968 with 1,880 yards on 383 carries.[17] As a junior in 1967, Simpson was a close runner-up in the Heisman Trophy balloting to quarterback Gary Beban of UCLA. In that year's Victory Bell rivalry game between the teams, USC was down by six points in the fourth quarter with under eleven minutes remaining. On their own 36, USC backup quarterback Toby Page called an audible on third and seven. Simpson's 64-yard touchdown run tied the score, and the extra point provided a 21–20 lead, which was the final score.[18] This was the biggest play in what is regarded as one of the greatest football games of the 20th century.[19] Another dramatic touchdown in the same game is the subject of the Arnold Friberg oil painting, O.J. Simpson Breaks for Daylight. Simpson also won the Walter Camp Award in 1967 and was a two-time consensus All-American.[20] Simpson was an aspiring track athlete; in 1967 he lost a 100 m race at Stanford against the then-British record holder Menzies Campbell.[21] Prior to playing football at Southern Cal, he ran in the USC sprint relay quartet that broke the world record in the 4 x 110-yard relay at the NCAA track championships in Provo, Utah on June 17, 1967.[22] As a senior in 1968, Simpson rushed for 1,709 yards and 22 touchdowns in the regular season, earning the Heisman Trophy, the Maxwell Award, and Walter Camp Award. He still holds the record for the Heisman's largest margin of victory, defeating runner-up Leroy Keyes by 1,750 points. In the Rose Bowl on New Year's Day, #2 USC faced top-ranked Ohio State; Simpson ran for 171 yards, including an 80-yard touchdown run in a 27–16 loss.[23]


Professional football career Buffalo Bills Simpson breaking the NFL's single-season rushing record in 1973. The first selection 1969 AFL-NFL Common Draft was held by the AFL's Buffalo Bills, after finishing 1–12–1 in 1968. They took Simpson, but he demanded what was then the largest contract in professional sports history: $650,000 over five years. This led to a standoff with Bills' owner Ralph Wilson, as Simpson threatened to become an actor and skip professional football. Eventually, Wilson agreed to pay Simpson.[24][25] Simpson entered professional football with high expectations,[24][25] but struggled in his first three years, averaging only 622 yards per season.[26] Bills coach John Rauch, not wanting to build an offense around one running back, assigned Simpson to do blocking and receiving duties at the expense of running the ball. In 1971, Rauch resigned as head coach and the Bills brought in Harvey Johnson.[24][27][28] Despite Johnson devising a new offense for Simpson, Simpson was still ineffective that year. After the 1971 season, the Bills fired Johnson and brought in Lou Saban as head coach.[24] Unlike Rauch, Saban made Simpson the centerpiece of the Bills offense.[29] In 1972, Simpson rushed for over 1,000 yards for the first time in his career, gaining a league-leading total of 1,251 yards. In 1973, Simpson became the first player to break the highly coveted 2,000 yard rushing mark, with 2,003 total rushing yards and 12 touchdowns.[26][30] Simpson broke the mark during the last game of the season against the New York Jets with a 7-yard rush. That same game also saw Simpson break Jim Brown's single-season rushing record of 1,863 yards.[31] For his performance, Simpson won that year's NFL MVP Award and Bert Bell Award.[32][33] While other players had broken the 2,000-yard mark since Simpson, this record happened back when the NFL only had 14-game seasons, as opposed to the 16-game seasons since the 1978 season.[34] Simpson gained more than 1,000 rushing yards for each of his next three seasons. He didn't lead the league in rushing in 1974, but did cross the 1,000-yard barrier despite a sore knee.[35] In game 11 of 1974, he passed Ken Willard as the rushing leader among active players, a position he maintained until his retirement over five seasons later. Simpson also made his first and only playoff appearance during the 1974 season. In a divisional game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, Simpson rushed for 49 yards on 15 attempts. Simpson also caught one touchdown pass. The Bills lost the game 32–14.[36] Simpson won the rushing title again in 1975, rushing for 1,817 yards and 16 touchdowns. Simpson also had a career-high 426 receiving yards and 7 receiving touchdowns that season.[26] Simpson once again led the league in rushing in 1976, rushing for 1,503 yards and 8 touchdowns.[26] Simpson had the best game of his career during that season's Thanksgiving game against the Detroit Lions on November 25. In that game, Simpson rushed for a then-record 273 yards on 29 attempts and scored two touchdowns. Despite Simpson's performance, the Bills would lose the game 27–14.[37] Simpson played in only seven games in 1977, as his season was cut short by injury.[9] San Francisco 49ers Before the 1978 season, the Bills traded Simpson to his hometown San Francisco 49ers for a series of draft picks.[38] Simpson played in San Francisco for two seasons, rushing for 1,053 yards and four touchdowns.[26] His final NFL game was on December 16, 1979, a 31–21 loss to the Atlanta Falcons at Atlanta–Fulton County Stadium.[39] His final play was a 10-yard run on 3rd and 10 for a first down.[40] Career summary Simpson gained 11,236 rushing yards, placing him 2nd on the NFL's all-time rushing list when he retired; he now stands at 21st. He was named NFL Player of the Year in 1973, and played in six Pro Bowls. He was the only player in NFL history to rush for over 2,000 yards in a 14-game season and he's the only player to rush for over 200 yards in six different games in his career. From 1972 to 1976, Simpson averaged 1,540 rushing yards per (14 game) season, 5.1 yards per carry, and he won the NFL rushing title four times.[26] Simpson was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1985, his first year of eligibility.[41] Simpson played in only one playoff game during his 11-season Hall of Fame career: a 1974 Divisional Playoff between the Buffalo Bills and the Pittsburgh Steelers. Simpson was held to 49 rushing yards, 3 receptions for 37 yards, and one touchdown, and the Bills lost 14-32 to the team which went on to win Super Bowl IX.[citation needed] Simpson acquired the nickname "Juice" as a play on "O.J.", a common abbreviation for "orange juice". "Juice" is also a colloquial synonym for electricity or electrical power, and hence a metaphor for any powerful entity; the Bills' offensive line at Simpson's peak was nicknamed "The Electric Company".[42] NFL records Fastest player to gain 1,000 rushing yards in season: 1,025 in 7 games in 1973 and 1,005 in 7 games in 1975 (tied with Terrell Davis).[43] Fastest player to gain 2,000 rushing yards in season: 2,003 in 14 games in 1973. Most rushing yards per game in a season: 143.1 per game in 1973. NFL career statistics Legend Led the league NFL record AP NFL MVP & Offensive Player of the Year Bold Career high Season Rushing Receiving Year Team GP GS Att Yds TD Lng Y/A Y/G A/G Rec Yds TD Lng Y/R R/G Y/G 1969 BUF 13 0 181 697 2 32 3.9 53.6 13.9 30 343 3 55 11.4 2.3 26.4 1970 BUF 8 8 120 488 5 56 4.1 61.0 15.0 10 139 0 36 13.9 1.3 17.4 1971 BUF 14 14 183 742 5 46 4.1 53.0 13.1 21 162 0 38 7.7 1.5 11.6 1972 BUF 14 14 292 1,251 6 94 4.3 89.4 20.9 27 198 0 25 7.3 1.9 14.1 1973 BUF 14 14 332 2,003 12 80 6.0 143.1 23.7 6 70 0 24 11.7 0.4 5.0 1974 BUF 14 14 270 1,125 3 41 4.2 80.4 19.3 15 189 1 29 12.6 1.1 13.5 1975 BUF 14 14 329 1,817 16 88 5.5 129.8 23.5 28 426 7 64 15.2 2.0 30.4 1976 BUF 14 13 290 1,503 8 75 5.2 107.4 20.7 22 259 1 43 11.8 1.6 18.5 1977 BUF 7 7 126 557 0 39 4.4 79.6 18.0 16 138 0 18 8.6 2.3 19.7 1978 SF 10 10 161 593 1 34 3.7 59.3 16.1 21 172 2 19 8.2 2.1 17.2 1979 SF 13 8 120 460 3 22 3.8 35.4 9.2 7 46 0 14 6.6 0.5 3.5 Career 135 116 2,404 11,236 61 94 4.7 83.2 17.8 203 2,142 14 64 10.6 1.5 15.9 9 yrs BUF 112 98 2,123 10,183 57 94 4.8 90.9 19.0 175 1,924 12 64 11.0 1.6 17.2 2 yrs SF 23 18 281 1,053 4 34 3.7 45.8 12.2 28 218 2 19 7.8 1.2 9.5 [26]


Acting career Simpson in 1990 in Saudi Arabia while visiting American troops during the lead-up to the first Gulf War Even before his retirement from the NFL, Simpson embarked on a film career with parts in films such as the television mini-series Roots (1977), and the dramatic motion pictures The Klansman (1974), The Towering Inferno (1974), The Cassandra Crossing (1976), Capricorn One (1978), and the comedic Back to the Beach (1987) and The Naked Gun trilogy (1988, 1991, 1994). In 1979, he started his own film production company, Orenthal Productions, which dealt mostly in made-for-TV fare such as the family-oriented Goldie and the Boxer films with Melissa Michaelsen (1979 and 1981), and Cocaine and Blue Eyes (1983), the pilot for a proposed detective series on NBC. NBC was considering whether to air Frogmen, another series starring Simpson, when his arrest in 1994 on charges of murder canceled the project.[44] Besides his acting career, Simpson worked as a commentator for Monday Night Football and The NFL on NBC.[45] He also appeared in the audience of Saturday Night Live during its second season and hosted an episode during its third season.[46] Frogmen Simpson starred in the un-televised two-hour-long film pilot for Frogmen, an A-Team-like adventure series that Warner Bros. Television completed in 1994, a few months before the murders. NBC had not yet decided whether to order the series when Simpson's arrest cancelled the project. While searching his home, the police obtained a videotaped copy of the pilot as well as the script and dailies. Although the prosecution investigated reports that Simpson, who played the leader of a group of former United States Navy SEALs, received "a fair amount of" military training—including use of a knife—for Frogmen, and there is a scene in which he holds a knife to the throat of a woman, this material was not introduced as evidence during the trial.[44] NBC executive Warren Littlefield said in July 1994 that the network would probably never air the pilot if Simpson were convicted; if he were acquitted, however, one television journalist speculated that "Frogmen would probably be on the air before the NBC peacock could unfurl its plume".[47] Most pilots that are two hours long are aired as TV movies whether or not they are ordered as series. Because—as the Los Angeles Times later reported—"the appetite for all things O.J. appeared insatiable" during the trial, Warner Bros. and NBC estimated that a gigantic, Super Bowl-like television audience would have watched the Frogmen film. One of Simpson's co-stars in the film commented that the studio's decision not to air it or even release it on home video, and forego an estimated $14 million in profits, was "just about the only proof you have that there is some dignity in the advertising and television business".[44] Juiced In 2006, Simpson starred in his own improv, hidden-camera prank TV show, Juiced. Typical of the genre, Simpson would play a prank on everyday people while secretly filming them and at the end of each prank, he would shout, "You've been Juiced!" Less typical, each episode opened with topless strippers dancing around Simpson, who is dressed as a pimp. He sings his own rap song, which includes the lyrics "Don't you know there's no stopping the Juice / When I'm on the floor I'm like a lion on the loose / Better shoot me with a tranquilizer dart / Don't be stupid, I'm not a Simpson named Bart." In one episode, Simpson is at a used car lot in Las Vegas where he attempts to sell his white Bronco (made famous during the chase in Los Angeles prior to his arrest). A bullet hole in the front of the SUV is circled with his autograph, and he pitches it to a prospective buyer by saying that if they "ever get into some trouble and have to get away, it has escapability."[48] In another sketch called "B-I-N-G-O.J.", Simpson pretends to be having an affair with another man's girlfriend. Later he transforms into an old white man whose dying wish is to call a game of bingo. "Juiced" aired as a one-time special on pay-per-view television and was later released on DVD.[49] Filmography Year Film Role Notes 1968 Ironside Onlooker – uncredited TV episode – "Price Tag Death" Dragnet 1968 Student – uncredited TV episode – "Community Relations DR:10" 1969 Medical Center Bru Wiley TV episode "The Last 10 Yards" 1971 Why? The Athlete Short film 1972 Cade's County Jeff Hughes TV episode "Blackout" 1973 Here's Lucy Himself TV episode "The Big Game" 1974 The Klansman Garth O. J. Simpson: Juice on the Loose Himself TV documentary The Towering Inferno Jernigan 1976 The Cassandra Crossing Haley Simpson plays the part of a police officer with Interpol Killer Force Alexander 1977 A Killing Affair Woodrow York TV Roots Kadi Touray 1978 Capricorn One Cmdr. John Walker 1979 Firepower Catlett Goldie and the Boxer Joe Gallagher TV (executive producer) 1980 Detour to Terror Lee Hayes TV (executive producer) 1981 Goldie and the Boxer Go to Hollywood Joe Gallagher TV (executive producer) 1983 Cocaine and Blue Eyes Michael Brennen TV (executive producer) 1983 Hambone and Hillie Tucker 1985–1991 1st & Ten T.D. Parker Five episodes 1987 Back to the Beach Man at Airport Uncredited Student Exchange Soccer Coach TV 1988 The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! Detective Nordberg 1989 In the Heat of the Night Councilman Lawson Stiles TV episode "Walkout" 1991 The Naked Gun 2½: The Smell of Fear Detective Nordberg 1993 CIA Code Name: Alexa Nick Murphy For Goodness Sake Man in restaurant Simpson was edited out of later releases of this short film after he was charged with murder.[50][51][52] No Place to Hide Allie Wheeler 1994 Naked Gun 33⅓: The Final Insult Detective Nordberg Frogmen John 'Bullfrog' Burke Unaired TV movie 2006 Juiced with O. J. Simpson Himself TV pay-per-view 2011 Jail Himself Season 2, Episode 18


Endorsements In 1975, People magazine described Simpson as "the first black athlete to become a bona fide lovable media superstar".[14] Chuck Barnes helped him form business relationships with Chevrolet and ABC early in his career. By 1971, New York wrote that Simpson was already wealthy enough to, "retire this week if [he] wanted to".[53] His amiable persona and natural charisma landed Simpson numerous endorsement deals. From 1975, he appeared in advertisements with Hertz rental car company, in whose commercials he was depicted running through airports, serving as an embodiment of speed;[54] Simpson estimated that the very successful campaign raised the recognition rate among people he met from 30% to 90%.[11] He was also a longtime spokesman for Pioneer Chicken and owned two franchises, one of which was destroyed during the 1992 Los Angeles riots; as well as HoneyBaked Ham, the pX Corporation, and Calistoga Water Company's line of Napa Naturals soft drinks. He also appeared in comic book ads for Dingo cowboy boots.


Family life Simpson with his daughter, Sydney Brooke in 1986 At age 19 on June 24, 1967, Simpson married Marguerite L. Whitley. Together, they had three children: Arnelle L. Simpson (b. 1968), Jason L. Simpson (b. 1970), and Aaren Lashone Simpson (1977–1979). In August 1979, Aaren drowned in the family's swimming pool.[55][56] Simpson met Nicole Brown in 1977, while she was working as a waitress at the nightclub "The Daisy".[57][58] Although still married to his first wife, Simpson began dating Brown. Simpson and Marguerite divorced in March 1979.[59][60](pp126–28) Brown and Simpson were married on February 2, 1985, five years after his retirement from professional football.[61] The couple had two children, Sydney Brooke Simpson (b. 1985) and Justin Ryan Simpson (b. 1988).[62] The marriage lasted seven years, during which Simpson pleaded no contest to spousal abuse in 1989.[63] Brown filed for divorce on February 25, 1992, citing irreconcilable differences.[60](p136) In 1993, after the divorce, Brown and Simpson made an attempt at reconciliation, but according to Sheila Weller "they were a dramatic, fractious, mutually obsessed couple before they married, after they married, after they divorced in 1992, and after they reconciled".[64]


Legal history Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman murders and trials Main article: O. J. Simpson murder case Criminal trial for murder On June 12, 1994, Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman were found stabbed to death outside Nicole's condominium in the Brentwood area of Los Angeles. Simpson was a person of interest in their murders. Simpson did not turn himself in, and on June 17 he became the object of a low-speed pursuit in a white Ford Bronco SUV; TV stations interrupted coverage of the 1994 NBA Finals to broadcast the incident live. The pursuit, arrest, and trial were among the most widely publicized events in American history. The trial, often characterized as the Trial of the Century because of its international publicity similar to that of Sacco and Vanzetti and the Lindbergh kidnapping, culminated after eleven months on October 3, 1995, when the jury rendered a verdict of "not guilty" for the two murders. An estimated 100 million people nationwide tuned in to watch or listen to the verdict announcement.[65] Following Simpson's acquittal, no additional arrests or convictions related to the murders were made. Immediate reaction to the verdict was notable for its division along racial lines: a poll of Los Angeles County residents showed that most African Americans there felt that justice had been served by the "not guilty" verdict, while the majority of whites and Latinos expressed an opinion that it had not.[66] O. J. Simpson's integrated defense counsel included Johnnie Cochran, Robert Kardashian, Robert Shapiro, and F. Lee Bailey. Marcia Clark was the lead prosecutor for the State of California.[67][68] According to a 2016 poll, 83% of white Americans and 57% of black Americans believe Simpson was guilty of the murders.[69] Wrongful death civil trial Following Simpson's acquittal of criminal charges, Ron Goldman's family filed a civil lawsuit against Simpson. Daniel Petrocelli represented plaintiff Fred Goldman (Ronald Goldman's father), while Robert Baker represented Simpson.[70] Superior Court Judge Hiroshi Fujisaki presided,[70] and he barred television and still cameras, radio equipment, and courtroom sketch artists from the courtroom.[71] On October 23, 1996, opening statements were made, and on January 16, 1997, both sides rested their cases.[72] On February 5, 1997, a civil jury in Santa Monica, California unanimously found Simpson liable for the wrongful death of and battery against Goldman, and battery against Brown. Simpson was ordered to pay $33,500,000 in damages. In February 1999, an auction of Simpson's Heisman Trophy and other belongings netted almost $500,000, which went to the Goldman family.[73] The Goldman family also tried to collect Simpson's NFL $28,000 yearly pension[74] but failed to collect any money.[75] In 1997, Simpson was evicted from the estate in which he had lived for 20 years, at 360 North Rockingham Avenue, after defaulting on the mortgage. In July 1998, the house was demolished by its next owner, Kenneth Abdalla, an investment banker and president of the Jerry's Famous Deli chain.[76] The property's address has since been renumbered to 380 North Rockingham Avenue.[77] A 2000 Rolling Stone article reported that Simpson still made a significant income by signing autographs. He subsequently moved from California to Florida, settling in Miami. In Florida, among a few states, a person's residence cannot be seized to collect a debt under most circumstances. On September 5, 2006, Goldman's father took Simpson back to court to obtain control over Simpson's "right to publicity", for purposes of satisfying the judgment in the civil court case.[78] On January 4, 2007, a federal judge issued a restraining order prohibiting Simpson from spending any advance he may have received on a canceled book deal and TV interview about the 1994 murders. The matter was dismissed before trial for lack of jurisdiction.[78] On January 19, 2007, a California state judge issued an additional restraining order, ordering Simpson to restrict his spending to "ordinary and necessary living expenses".[78] On March 13, 2007, a judge prevented Simpson from receiving any further compensation from the defunct book deal and TV interview, and the judge ordered the bundled book rights to be auctioned.[79] In August 2007, a Florida bankruptcy court awarded the rights to the book to the Goldman family, to partially satisfy an unpaid civil judgment. Originally titled If I Did It, the book was renamed If I Did It: Confessions of the Killer, with the word "If" reduced in size to make the title appear to read I Did It: Confessions of the Killer. Additional material was added by members of the Goldman family, investigative journalist Dominick Dunne, and author Pablo Fenjves.[80] Other legal troubles The State of California claims Simpson owes $1.44 million in back taxes.[81] A tax lien was filed in his case on September 1, 1999.[82] In the late 1990s, Simpson attempted to register "O.J. Simpson", "O.J.", and "The Juice" as trademarks for "a broad range of goods, including figurines, trading cards, sportswear, medallions, coins, and prepaid telephone cards."[83] A "concerned citizen", William B. Ritchie, sued to oppose the granting of federal registration on the grounds that doing so would be immoral and scandalous. Simpson gave up the effort in 2000. In February 2001, Simpson was arrested in Miami-Dade County, Florida, for simple battery and burglary of an occupied conveyance, for yanking the glasses off another motorist during a traffic dispute three months earlier. If convicted, Simpson could have faced up to 16 years in prison, but he was tried and quickly acquitted on both charges in October 2001.[84] On December 4, 2001, Simpson's Miami home was searched by the FBI on suspicion of ecstasy possession and money laundering. The FBI had received a tip that Simpson was involved in a major drug trafficking ring after 10 other suspects were arrested in the case. Simpson's home was thoroughly searched for two hours, but no illegal drugs were discovered, and no arrest or formal charges were filed following the search. However, investigators uncovered equipment capable of stealing satellite television programming, which eventually led to Simpson's being sued in federal court.[85] On July 4, 2002, Simpson was arrested in Miami-Dade County, Florida, for water speeding through a manatee protection zone and failing to comply with proper boating regulations.[86] The misdemeanor boating regulation charge was dropped, and Simpson was fined for the speeding infraction.[87] In March 2004, satellite television network DirecTV, Inc. accused Simpson in a Miami federal court of using illegal electronic devices to pirate its broadcast signals. The company later won a $25,000 judgment, and Simpson was ordered to pay an additional $33,678 in attorney's fees and costs.[88] Las Vegas robbery Main article: O. J. Simpson robbery case Wikinews has related news: O. J. Simpson sentenced to 15 years in prison O. J. Simpson found guilty in kidnapping, armed robbery case On the night of September 13, 2007, a group of men led by Simpson entered a room at the Palace Station hotel-casino and took sports memorabilia at gunpoint, which resulted in Simpson's being questioned by police.[89][90] Simpson admitted to taking the items, which he said had been stolen from him, but denied breaking into the hotel room; he also denied that he or anyone else carried a gun.[91][92] He was released after questioning. Two days later, Simpson was arrested[1] and initially held without bail.[93] Along with three other men, Simpson was charged with multiple felony counts, including criminal conspiracy, kidnapping, assault, robbery, and using a deadly weapon.[94][95] Bail was set at $125,000, with stipulations that Simpson have no contact with the co-defendants and that he surrender his passport. Simpson did not enter a plea.[96][97] By the end of October 2007, all three of Simpson's co-defendants had plea-bargained with the prosecution in the Clark County, Nevada, court case. Walter Alexander and Charles H. Cashmore accepted plea agreements in exchange for reduced charges and their testimony against Simpson and three other co-defendants, including testimony that guns were used in the robbery.[98] Co-defendant Michael McClinton told a Las Vegas judge that he too would plead guilty to reduced charges and testify against Simpson that guns were used in the robbery. After the hearings, the judge ordered that Simpson be tried for the robbery. On November 8, 2007, Simpson had a preliminary hearing to decide whether he would be tried for the charges. He was held over for trial on all 12 counts. Simpson pleaded not guilty on November 29, and the trial was reset from April to September 8, 2008.[99] Court officers and attorneys announced, on May 22, 2008, that long questionnaires with at least 115 queries would be given to a jury pool of 400 or more.[99] In January 2008, Simpson was taken into custody in Florida and flown to Las Vegas, where he was incarcerated at the county jail for violating the terms of his bail by attempting to contact Clarence "C. J." Stewart, a co-defendant in the trial. District Attorney David Roger of Clark County provided District Court Judge Jackie Glass with evidence that Simpson had violated his bail terms. A hearing took place on January 16, 2008. Glass raised Simpson's bail to US$250,000 and ordered that he remain in county jail until 15 percent was paid in cash.[100] Simpson posted bond that evening and returned to Miami the next day.[101] Simpson and his co-defendant were found guilty of all charges on October 3, 2008.[102] On October 10, 2008, Simpson's counsel moved for a new trial (trial de novo) on grounds of judicial errors and insufficient evidence.[103] Simpson's attorney announced he would appeal to the Nevada Supreme Court if Judge Glass denied the motion.[103] The attorney for Simpson's co-defendant, C. J. Stewart, petitioned for a new trial, alleging Stewart should have been tried separately and cited possible misconduct by the jury foreman.[103][104][105] Simpson faced a possible life sentence with parole on the kidnapping charge, and mandatory prison time for armed robbery.[106] On December 5, 2008, Simpson was sentenced to a total of thirty-three years in prison,[107] with the possibility of parole after nine years, in 2017.[2] On September 4, 2009, the Nevada Supreme Court denied a request for bail during Simpson's appeal. In October 2010, the Nevada Supreme Court affirmed his convictions.[108] He served his sentence at the Lovelock Correctional Center where his inmate ID number was #1027820.[109] A Nevada judge agreed on October 19, 2012, to ″reopen the armed robbery and kidnapping case against O. J. Simpson to determine if the former football star was so badly represented by his lawyers that he should be freed from prison and get another trial.″[110] A hearing was held beginning May 13, 2013, to determine if Simpson was entitled to a new trial.[111] On November 27, 2013, Judge Linda Bell denied Simpson′s bid for a new trial on the robbery conviction. In her ruling, Bell wrote that all of Simpson′s contentions lacked merit.[112] Release from prison On July 31, 2013, the Nevada Parole Board granted Simpson parole on some convictions, but his imprisonment continued based on the weapons and assault convictions. The board considered Simpson's prior record of criminal convictions and good behavior in prison in coming to the decision.[113] At his parole hearing on July 20, 2017, the board decided to grant Simpson parole. He was released on October 1, 2017, having served nine years.[114][115]


Popular culture Films and television Films In Fox network's TV movie, The O.J. Simpson Story (1995), Simpson is portrayed as a youth by Bumper Robinson and as an adult by Bobby Hosea; his close friend Al Cowlings is portrayed as a youth by Terrence Howard and as an adult by David Roberson.[116][117][118] BBC TV's documentary, O.J. Simpson: The Untold Story (2000), produced by Malcolm Brinkworth, "reveals that clues that some believe pointed away from Simpson as the killer were dismissed or ignored and highlights two other leads which could shed new light on the case."[119][example's importance?] The Investigation Discovery TV movie documentary, OJ: Trial of the Century (2014), begins on the day of the murders, ends on the reading of the verdict, and comprises actual media footage of events and reactions, as they unfolded.[120][121][example's importance?] The Investigation Discovery TV movie documentary, O.J. Simpson Trial: The Real Story (2016), entirely comprises archival news footage of the murder case, the Bronco chase, the trial, the verdict, and reactions.[122][example's importance?] Series and mini-series In CBS's TV miniseries American Tragedy (November 15, 2000), Simpson is played by Raymond Forchion.[123] The documentary mini-series, O.J.: Made in America (released January 22, 2016, at Sundance), directed by Ezra Edelman and produced by Laylow Films, is an American 5-part, 7.5-hour film that previewed at the Tribeca and Sundance Film Festivals and is airing as part of the 30 for 30 series airing on the ABC and ESPN sister networks. This film adds "rich contextual layers to the case, including a dive into the history of Los Angeles race relations that played such a central role in his acquittal".[124] As James Poniewozik observed in his June 20, 2016, New York Times review: "the director Ezra Edelman pulls back, way back, like a news chopper over a freeway chase. Before you hear about the trial, the documentary says, you need to hear all the stories—the stories of race, celebrity, sports, America—that it's a part of."[125] The film won a 2017 Academy Award for best Documentary Feature. In FX's cable TV mini-series The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story (February 2016), based on Jeffrey Toobin's book The Run of His Life: The People v. O. J. Simpson (1997), Simpson is portrayed by Cuba Gooding Jr.[126] Exhibits The Bronco from Simpson's police chase is on display in Pigeon Forge's Alcatraz East Crime Museum.[127][128]


See also List of NCAA major college football yearly rushing leaders


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Jackson 2017: Mayfield v t e Sporting News College Football Player of the Year winners 1942: Sinkwich 1943: Bertelli 1944: Horvath 1945: Blanchard 1946: G. Davis 1947: Lujack 1948: D. Walker 1949: Hart 1950: Janowicz 1951: Kazmaier 1952: Vessels 1953: Lattner 1954: Cassady 1955: Cassady 1956: McDonald 1957: Crow 1958: Cannon 1959: Cannon 1960: Bellino 1961: Ferguson 1962: Baker 1963: Staubach 1964: Butkus 1965: Anderson & Grabowski 1966: Spurrier 1967: Beban 1968: Simpson 1969: Owens 1970: Plunkett 1971: Sullivan & Marinaro 1972: B. Jones 1973: Hicks 1974: Griffin 1975: Griffin 1976: Dorsett 1977: Campbell 1978: Sims 1979: C. White 1980: Green 1981: Allen 1982: H. Walker 1983: Rozier 1984: Flutie 1985: B. Jackson 1986: Testaverde 1987: Brown 1988: Sanders 1989: Hagen 1990: Ismail 1991: Howard 1992: M. Jones 1993: Ward 1994: Salaam 1995: Frazier 1996: Wuerffel 1997: Woodson 1998: Williams 1999: Dayne 2000: Weinke 2001: Crouch 2002: Palmer 2003: J. White 2004: A. Smith 2005: Bush 2006: T. Smith 2007: Tebow 2008: Harrell, Bradford & McCoy 2009: Ingram Jr. 2010: Newton 2011: Griffin III 2012: Manziel 2013: Winston 2014: Mariota 2015: Mayfield 2016: L. Jackson 2017: Mayfield v t e UPI College Football Player of the Year winners 1950: Janowicz 1951: Kazmaier 1952: Vessels 1953: Giel 1954: Ameche 1955: Cassady 1956: Majors 1957: Crow 1958: Cannon 1959: Cannon 1960: Bellino 1961: Ferguson 1962: Baker 1963: Staubach 1964: Huarte 1965: Garrett 1966: Spurrier 1967: Simpson 1968: Simpson 1969: Owens 1970: Plunkett 1971: Marinaro 1972: Rogers 1973: Cappelletti 1974: Griffin 1975: Griffin 1976: Dorsett 1977: Campbell 1978: Sims 1979: C. White 1980: Green 1981: Allen 1982: H. Walker 1983: Rozier 1984: Flutie 1985: Jackson 1986: Testaverde 1987: Brown 1988: Sanders 1989: Ware 1990: Detmer 1991: Howard v t e 1967 College Football All-America Team consensus selections Offense B Gary Beban B Larry Csonka B Leroy Keyes B O. J. Simpson E Dennis Homan E Ron Sellers OT Edgar Chandler OT Ron Yary G Rich Stotter G Harry Olszewski C Bob Johnson Defense DL Dennis Byrd DL Ted Hendricks DL Granville Liggins DL Wayne Meylan DL Tim Rossovich LB Don Manning LB Adrian Young DB Dick Anderson DB Bobby Johns DB Frank Loria DB Tom Schoen v t e 1968 College Football All-America Team consensus selections Offense QB Terry Hanratty B Chris Gilbert B Leroy Keyes B O. J. Simpson E Jerry LeVias E Ted Kwalick T Dave Foley T George Kunz G Charles Rosenfelder G Jim Barnes G Mike Montler C John Didion Defense DL Joe Greene DL Ted Hendricks DL Chuck Kyle DL Bill Stanfill DL Ed White DL John Zook LB Steve Kiner LB Dennis Onkotz LB Mike Ballou DB Jake Scott DB Roger Wehrli DB Al Worley v t e 1969 NFL draft first-round selections O. J. Simpson George Kunz Leroy Keyes Joe Greene Greg Cook Ron Sellers Ted Kwalick Larry Smith Marty Domres Jim Seymour Bill Stanfill Rich Moore Fred Dryer Rufus Mayes Ron Pritchard Gene Washington John Shinners Bob Babich Roger Wehrli Ron Johnson Bob Klein Art Thoms Jim Marsalis Calvin Hill Eddie Hinton Dave Foley v t e National Football League Draft number one overall picks Berwanger Francis C. Davis Aldrich Cafego Harmon Dudley Sinkwich Bertelli Trippi Dancewicz Fenimore Gilmer Bednarik Hart Rote Wade Babcock B. Garrett Shaw Glick Hornung Hill Duncan Cannon Mason E. Davis Baker Parks Frederickson Nobis Bu. Smith Yary Simpson Bradshaw Plunkett Patulski Matuszak Jones Bartkowski Selmon Bell Campbell Cousineau B. Sims Rogers K. Sims Elway Fryar Br. Smith Jackson Testaverde Bruce Aikman George Maryland Emtman Bledsoe Wilkinson Carter Johnson Pace P. Manning Couch Brown Vick Carr Palmer E. Manning A. Smith Williams Russell Long Stafford Bradford Newton Luck Fisher Clowney Winston Goff M. Garrett v t e Number one AFL Draft picks 1961: Gaiters 1962: Gabriel 1963: Buchanan 1964: Concannon 1965: Namath 1966: Grabowski 1967: Griese (#4 Common Draft) 1968: Johnson (#2 Common Draft) 1969: Simpson (#1 Common Draft) v t e Buffalo Bills first-round draft picks Dennis Pitts Moses Simpson Cowlings Hill Patulski Seymour DeLamielleure Gant Ruud Clark Dokes Miller Cousineau Butler Ritcher Moore Tuttle Hunter Kelly Bell B. Smith Burroughs Harmon Conlan J. Williams Jones Fina T. Smith Burris Brown Moulds A. Smith Winfield Flowers Clements M. Williams McGahee Evans Losman Whitner McCargo Lynch McKelvin Maybin Wood Spiller Dareus Gilmore Manuel Watkins Lawson White v t e Associated Press NFL Most Valuable Player Award winners 1957: J. Brown 1958: J. Brown 1959: Unitas 1960: Van Brocklin 1961: Hornung 1962: J. Taylor 1963: Tittle 1964: Unitas 1965: J. Brown 1966: Starr 1967: Unitas 1968: Morrall 1969: Gabriel 1970: Brodie 1971: Page 1972: L. Brown 1973: Simpson 1974: Stabler 1975: Tarkenton 1976: Jones 1977: Payton 1978: Bradshaw 1979: Campbell 1980: Sipe 1981: Anderson 1982: Moseley 1983: Theismann 1984: Marino 1985: Allen 1986: L. Taylor 1987: Elway 1988: Esiason 1989: Montana 1990: Montana 1991: Thomas 1992: Young 1993: Smith 1994: Young 1995: Favre 1996: Favre 1997: Favre & Sanders 1998: Davis 1999: Warner 2000: Faulk 2001: Warner 2002: Gannon 2003: Manning & McNair 2004: Manning 2005: Alexander 2006: Tomlinson 2007: Brady 2008: Manning 2009: Manning 2010: Brady 2011: Rodgers 2012: Peterson 2013: Manning 2014: Rodgers 2015: Newton 2016: Ryan 2017: Brady v t e Associated Press NFL Offensive Player of the Year Award winners 1972: Brown 1973: Simpson 1974: Stabler 1975: Tarkenton 1976: Jones 1977: Payton 1978: Campbell 1979: Campbell 1980: Campbell 1981: Anderson 1982: Fouts 1983: Theismann 1984: Marino 1985: Allen 1986: Dickerson 1987: Rice 1988: Craig 1989: Montana 1990: Moon 1991: Thomas 1992: Young 1993: Rice 1994: Sanders 1995: Favre 1996: Davis 1997: Sanders 1998: Davis 1999: Faulk 2000: Faulk 2001: Faulk 2002: Holmes 2003: Lewis 2004: Manning 2005: Alexander 2006: Tomlinson 2007: Brady 2008: Brees 2009: Johnson 2010: Brady 2011: Brees 2012: Peterson 2013: Manning 2014: Murray 2015: Newton 2016: Ryan 2017: Gurley v t e Bert Bell Award winners 1959: Unitas 1960: Van Brocklin 1961: Hornung 1962: Robustelli 1963: J. Brown 1964: Unitas 1965: Retzlaff 1966: Meredith 1967: Unitas 1968: Kelly 1969: Gabriel 1970: Blanda 1971: Staubach 1972: L. Brown 1973: Simpson 1974: Olsen 1975: Tarkenton 1976: Stabler 1977: Griese 1978: Bradshaw 1979: Campbell 1980: Jaworski 1981: Anderson 1982: Theismann 1983: Riggins 1984: Marino 1985: Payton 1986: Taylor 1987: Rice 1988: Cunningham 1989: Montana 1990: Cunningham 1991: Sanders 1992: Young 1993: Smith 1994: Young 1995: Favre 1996: Favre 1997: Sanders 1998: Cunningham 1999: Warner 2000: Gannon 2001: Faulk 2002: Gannon 2003: Manning 2004: Manning 2005: Alexander 2006: Tomlinson 2007: Brady 2008: Peterson 2009: Brees 2010: Vick 2011: Rodgers 2012: Peterson 2013: Manning 2014: Watt 2015: Newton 2016: Ryan 2017: Wentz v t e 1972 AP NFL All-Pro Team Offense: QB Earl Morrall RB Larry Brown RB O. J. Simpson WR Fred Biletnikoff WR Gene Washington TE Ted Kwalick OT Rayfield Wright OT Ron Yary G Larry Little G John Niland C Forrest Blue Defense: DE Claude Humphrey DE Bill Stanfill DT Joe Greene DT Mike Reid OLB Chris Hanburger OLB Dave Wilcox MLB Dick Butkus CB Jimmy Johnson CB Ken Ellis S Bill Bradley S Dick Anderson Special teams K Chester Marcol v t e 1973 AP NFL All-Pro Team Offense: QB John Hadl RB O. J. Simpson RB Larry Csonka WR Harold Jackson WR Paul Warfield TE Charle Young OT Ron Yary OT Rayfield Wright G Larry Little G Reggie McKenzie C Forrest Blue Defense: DE Claude Humphrey DE Carl Eller DT Joe Greene DT Alan Page OLB Chris Hanburger OLB Isiah Robertson MLB Willie Lanier CB Willie Brown CB Robert James S Dick Anderson S Jake Scott Special teams PK Garo Yepremian v t e 1974 AP NFL All-Pro Team Offense: QB Ken Stabler RB O. J. Simpson RB Otis Armstrong WR Cliff Branch WR Drew Pearson TE Riley Odoms OT Ron Yary OT Art Shell G Larry Little G Gene Upshaw C Jim Langer Defense: DE L. C. Greenwood DE Jack Youngblood DT Joe Greene DT Alan Page OLB Jack Ham OLB Ted Hendricks MLB Bill Bergey CB Emmitt Thomas CB Robert James S Jake Scott S Tony Greene Special teams PK Chester Marcol v t e 1975 AP NFL All-Pro Team Offense: QB Fran Tarkenton RB O. J. Simpson RB Chuck Foreman WR Cliff Branch WR Mel Gray TE Riley Odoms OT Ron Yary OT George Kunz G Larry Little G Joe DeLamielleure C Jim Langer Defense: DE L. C. Greenwood DE Jack Youngblood DT Alan Page DT Curley Culp OLB Jack Ham OLB Chris Hanburger MLB Bill Bergey CB Roger Wehrli CB Mel Blount S Paul Krause S Ken Houston Special teams: PK Jim Bakken v t e 1976 AP NFL All-Pro Team Offense: QB Bert Jones RB O. J. Simpson RB Walter Payton WR Cliff Branch WR Drew Pearson TE Dave Casper OT Ron Yary OT Dan Dierdorf G Joe DeLamielleure G John Hannah C Tom Banks Defense: DE John Dutton DE Jack Youngblood DT Wally Chambers DT Jerry Sherk OLB Jack Ham OLB Isiah Robertson MLB Jack Lambert CB Monte Jackson CB Roger Wehrli S Cliff Harris S Tommy Casanova Special teams K Jim Bakken P Ray Guy KR Rick Upchurch v t e United States Superstars champions 1973: Bob Seagren 1974: Kyle Rote Jr. 1975: O. J. Simpson 1976–77: Kyle Rote Jr. 1978: Wayne Grimditch 1979: Greg Pruitt 1980: Charles White 1981–83: Renaldo Nehemiah 1984: Tom Petranoff 1985: Mark Gastineau 1986: Renaldo Nehemiah 1987–88: Herschel Walker 1989–90: Willie Gault 1991: Kelly Gruber 1992: Mike Powell 1993–94: Dave Johnson 1995–97: competition not held 1998–2000: Jason Sehorn 2001: Hermann Maier 2002: Bode Miller 2003: Jeremy Bloom v t e NFL annual rushing yards leaders 1932: Battles 1933: Musick 1934: Feathers 1935: Russell 1936: Leemans 1937: Battles 1938: B. White 1939: Osmanski 1940: B. White 1941: Manders 1942: Dudley 1943: Paschal 1944: Paschal 1945: Van Buren 1946: Dudley 1947: Van Buren 1948: Van Buren 1949: Van Buren 1950: Motley 1951: Price 1952: Towler 1953: Perry 1954: Perry 1955: Ameche 1956: Casares 1957: J. Brown 1958: J. Brown 1959: J. Brown 1960: J. Brown 1961: J. Brown 1962: Taylor 1963: J. Brown 1964: J. Brown 1965: J. Brown 1966: Sayers 1967: Kelly 1968: Kelly 1969: Sayers 1970: L. Brown 1971: Little 1972: Simpson 1973: Simpson 1974: Armstrong 1975: Simpson 1976: Simpson 1977: Payton 1978: Campbell 1979: Campbell 1980: Campbell 1981: Rogers 1982: McNeil 1983: Dickerson 1984: Dickerson 1985: Allen 1986: Dickerson 1987: C. White 1988: Dickerson 1989: Okoye 1990: Sanders 1991: Smith 1992: Smith 1993: Smith 1994: Sanders 1995: Smith 1996: Sanders 1997: Sanders 1998: Davis 1999: James 2000: James 2001: Holmes 2002: Williams 2003: Lewis 2004: Martin 2005: Alexander 2006: Tomlinson 2007: Tomlinson 2008: Peterson 2009: Johnson 2010: Foster 2011: Jones-Drew 2012: Peterson 2013: McCoy 2014: Murray 2015: Peterson 2016: Elliott 2017: Hunt v t e NFL annual rushing touchdowns leaders 1932: Nagurski 1933: Presnell 1934: Clark & Feathers 1935: Caddel 1936: Clark 1937: Battles, Clark & Hinkle 1938: Farkas 1939: Drake 1940: Drake 1941: Gallarneau 1942: Famiglietti 1943: Paschal 1944: Paschal 1945: Van Buren 1946: Fritsch 1947: Van Buren 1948: Van Buren 1949: Van Buren 1950: Lujack 1951: Goode 1952: Towler 1953: Perry 1954: Towler 1955: Ameche 1956: Casares 1957: Brown 1958: Brown 1959: Brown 1960: Hornung 1961: Taylor 1962: Taylor 1963: Brown 1964: Moore 1965: Brown 1966: Kelly 1967: Kelly 1968: Kelly 1969: Matte 1970: Lane 1971: Thomas 1972: M. Morris 1973: Little & Simpson 1974: Sullivan 1975: Banaszak & Simpson 1976: Harris 1977: Payton 1978: D. Sims 1979: Campbell 1980: Campbell & B. Sims 1981: Muncie 1982: M. Allen 1983: Riggins 1984: Dickerson & Riggins 1985: J. Morris 1986: Rogers 1987: Hector & White 1988: Bell 1989: Bell 1990: Fenner & Gary 1991: Sanders 1992: Smith 1993: M. Allen 1994: Smith 1995: Smith 1996: T. Allen 1997: Abdul-Jabbar & T. Davis 1998: T. Davis 1999: S. Davis 2000: Faulk 2001: Alexander 2002: Holmes 2003: Holmes 2004: Tomlinson 2005: Alexander 2006: Tomlinson 2007: Tomlinson 2008: Williams 2009: Peterson 2010: Foster 2011: McCoy 2012: Foster 2013: Charles & Lynch 2014: Lynch & Murray 2015: Freeman, Hill, Peterson & Williams 2016: Blount 2017: Gurley v t e National Football League running backs with 2,000 rushing yards in a single season 1973: O. J. Simpson 1984: Eric Dickerson 1997: Barry Sanders 1998: Terrell Davis 2003: Jamal Lewis 2009: Chris Johnson 2012: Adrian Peterson v t e NFL players with 10,000 rushing yards Emmitt Smith Walter Payton Barry Sanders Curtis Martin Frank Gore LaDainian Tomlinson Jerome Bettis Eric Dickerson Tony Dorsett Jim Brown Marshall Faulk Adrian Peterson Edgerrin James Marcus Allen Franco Harris Thurman Thomas Fred Taylor Steven Jackson John Riggins Corey Dillon O. J. Simpson Warrick Dunn Ricky Watters Jamal Lewis Thomas Jones Tiki Barber Eddie George Ottis Anderson LeSean McCoy Ricky Williams Marshawn Lynch Italics denotes active player v t e NFL Alumni Career Achievement Award 1981 Rocky Bleier & Roger Staubach 1982 Merlin Olsen & O. J. Simpson 1983 George Blanda & Earl Morrall 1985 Frank Gifford & Jack Kemp 1986 Dan Fortmann & Ray Nitschke 1987 Willie Davis & Don Hutson 1988 Art Donovan 1989 Bart Starr 1990 Nick Buoniconti 1992 Ken Farragut 1993 Gino Marchetti 1994 Byron White 1995 Alan Page 1996 Mike Reid 1997 Jerry Richardson 1998 Dr. Robert Khayat 1999 Dr. Ed Sutton 2000 Paul Salata 2001 Terry Bradshaw 2002 Steve Largent 2003 Fred Dryer 2004 Bob Griese 2005 Drew Pearson 2007 Mike Haynes v t e National Football League | NFL's 1970s All-Decade Team Terry Bradshaw Ken Stabler Roger Staubach Earl Campbell Franco Harris Walter Payton O. J. Simpson Harold Carmichael Drew Pearson Lynn Swann Paul Warfield Dave Casper Charlie Sanders Dan Dierdorf Art Shell Rayfield Wright Ron Yary Joe DeLamielleure John Hannah Larry Little Gene Upshaw Jim Langer Mike Webster Carl Eller L. C. Greenwood Harvey Martin Jack Youngblood Joe Greene Bob Lilly Merlin Olsen Alan Page Bobby Bell Robert Brazile Dick Butkus Jack Ham Ted Hendricks Jack Lambert Willie Brown Jimmy Johnson Roger Wehrli Louis Wright Dick Anderson Cliff Harris Ken Houston Rick Upchurch Larry Wilson Garo Yepremian Jim Bakken Ray Guy v t e National Football League 75th Anniversary All-Time Team Sammy Baugh Otto Graham Joe Montana Johnny Unitas Jim Brown Marion Motley Bronko Nagurski Walter Payton Gale Sayers O. J. Simpson Steve Van Buren Lance Alworth Raymond Berry Don Hutson Jerry Rice Mike Ditka Kellen Winslow Roosevelt Brown Forrest Gregg Anthony Muñoz John Hannah Jim Parker Gene Upshaw Mel Hein Mike Webster Deacon Jones Gino Marchetti Reggie White Joe Greene Bob Lilly Merlin Olsen Dick Butkus Jack Ham Ted Hendricks Jack Lambert Willie Lanier Ray Nitschke Lawrence Taylor Mel Blount Mike Haynes Dick Lane Rod Woodson Ken Houston Ronnie Lott Larry Wilson Ray Guy Jan Stenerud Billy Johnson v t e Buffalo Bills Founded in 1960 Based and headquartered in Orchard Park, New York Franchise Franchise History Players Seasons Pro Bowl selections First-round draft picks Starting quarterbacks Coaches Logos and uniforms NFL in Toronto Bills series Stadiums War Memorial Stadium New Era Field Rogers Centre (Bills Toronto Series) New Era Field II (proposed) Culture Buffalo sports curse Ralph Wilson Billy Buffalo Buffalo Jills Ken "Pinto Ron" Johnson Second String Flutie Flakes "Shout" (The Isley Brothers song) Four Falls of Buffalo Lore AAFC Buffalo Bills Electric Company The Comeback Wide Right Music City Miracle Rivalries Miami Dolphins New England Patriots New York Jets Division championships (10) 1964 1965 1966 1980 1988 1989 1990 1991 1993 1995 Conference championships (4) 1990 1991 1992 1993 League championships (2) 1964 1965 Wall of Fame Simpson Kemp McGroder Sestak Shaw Wilson 12th Man Dubenion Stratton Ferguson Levy DeLamielleure James Abramoski Kalsu Saimes Kelly Smerlas Hull Talley Ritcher Thomas Reed Tasker Smith Edgerson Hansen Polian Miller Saban Gilchrist Media Broadcasters Radio Radio Network WGR 550 Television MSG Western New York Personalities: John Murphy Van Miller Mark Kelso Steve Tasker Owners Wilson Pegula family Terry Kim Current league affiliations League: National Football League (1970–present) Conference: American Football Conference Division: East Division Former league affiliation League: American Football League (1960–1969) Seasons (58) 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Championship seasons in bold v t e Buffalo Bills in the Pro Football Hall of Fame 1985: O. J. Simpson 1999: Billy Shaw 2001: Marv Levy 2002: Jim Kelly 2003: Joe DeLamielleure 2007: Thurman Thomas 2009: Bruce Smith 2009: Ralph Wilson 2014: Andre Reed v t e Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 1985 Frank Gatski Joe Namath Pete Rozelle O. J. Simpson Roger Staubach v t e Members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame Quarterbacks Pre-modern era Baugh Clark Conzelman Driscoll Friedman Herber Luckman A. Parker Modern era Aikman Blanda Bradshaw L. Dawson Elway Favre Fouts Graham Griese Jurgensen J. Kelly Layne Marino Montana Moon Namath Stabler Starr Staubach Tarkenton Tittle Unitas Van Brocklin Warner Waterfield Young Running backs Pre-modern era Battles Canadeo Dudley Grange Guyon Hinkle Lambeau Leemans McAfee McNally Nagurski Nevers Pollard Strong Thorpe Van Buren Modern era M. Allen Bettis J. Brown Campbell Csonka T. Davis Dickerson Dorsett Faulk Gifford Harris Hornung J. H. Johnson L. Kelly F. Little Martin Matson McElhenny Moore Motley Payton Perry Riggins B. Sanders Sayers Simpson E. Smith Jim Taylor T. Thomas Tomlinson Trippi Walker Wide receivers / ends Pre-modern era Badgro Chamberlin Flaherty Halas Hewitt Hutson Millner Modern era Alworth Berry Biletnikoff T. Brown Carter Fears Harrison Hayes Hirsch Irvin Joiner Largent Lavelli Lofton Maynard McDonald Mitchell Monk Moss Owens Pihos Reed Rice Stallworth Swann C. Taylor Warfield Tight ends Casper Ditka Mackey Newsome C. Sanders Sharpe J. Smith Winslow Offensive linemen L. Allen B. Brown R. Brown Creekmur D. Dawson DeLamielleure Dierdorf Gatski Gregg Grimm Hannah Hickerson S. Jones W. Jones Kramer Langer L. Little Mack Matthews McCormack McDaniel Mix Munchak Muñoz Ogden Otto Pace J. Parker Ringo Roaf Shaw Shell Shields Slater St. Clair Stanfel Stephenson Tingelhoff Upshaw Webster Wright Yary Zimmerman Pre-modern era two-way players Edwards Fortmann Healey Hein Henry Hubbard Kiesling Kinard Lyman Michalske Musso Owen Stydahar Trafton Turner Wojciechowicz Defensive linemen Atkins Bethea Buchanan Culp W. Davis Dean Dent Doleman Donovan Eller Ford J. Greene Haley Hampton Humphrey D. Jones Jordan Kennedy Lilly Long Marchetti Nomellini Olsen Page Randle Robustelli Sapp Selmon B. Smith Stautner Strahan Ja. Taylor Weinmeister Ra. White Re. White Willis Youngblood Linebackers Bednarik Bo. Bell Brazile Brooks Buoniconti Butkus Carson Connor George K. Greene Ham Hanburger Hendricks Huff Jackson Lambert Lanier Lewis Nitschke Richter Robinson Schmidt Seau Singletary L. Taylor D. Thomas Tippett Urlacher Wilcox Defensive backs Adderley Barney Blount W. Brown Butler Christiansen Dawkins Easley Green Haynes Houston J. Johnson Krause Lane Lary LeBeau Lott Renfro D. Sanders E. Thomas Tunnell Wehrli Williams L. Wilson Wood Woodson Placekickers & punters Andersen Groza Guy Stenerud Coaches G. Allen P. Brown Chamberlin Conzelman Dungy Ewbank Flaherty Gibbs Gillman Grant Halas Lambeau Landry Levy Lombardi Madden Neale Noll Owen Parcells Shula Stram Walsh Contributors Beathard Be. Bell Bidwill Carr A. Davis DeBartolo Finks Halas Hunt J. Jones Lambeau T. Mara W. Mara Marshall Polian Ray Reeves A. Rooney D. Rooney Rozelle Sabol Schramm R. Wilson Wolf v t e Associated Press Male Athlete of the Year 1931: Pepper Martin 1932: Gene Sarazen 1933: Carl Hubbell 1934: Dizzy Dean 1935: Joe Louis 1936: Jesse Owens 1937: Don Budge 1938: Don Budge 1939: Nile Kinnick 1940: Tom Harmon 1941: Joe DiMaggio 1942: Frank Sinkwich 1943: Gunder Hägg 1944: Byron Nelson 1945: Byron Nelson 1946: Glenn Davis 1947: Johnny Lujack 1948: Lou Boudreau 1949: Leon Hart 1950: Jim Konstanty 1951: Dick Kazmaier 1952: Bob Mathias 1953: Ben Hogan 1954: Willie Mays 1955: Howard Cassady 1956: Mickey Mantle 1957: Ted Williams 1958: Herb Elliott 1959: Ingemar Johansson 1960: Rafer Johnson 1961: Roger Maris 1962: Maury Wills 1963: Sandy Koufax 1964: Don Schollander 1965: Sandy Koufax 1966: Frank Robinson 1967: Carl Yastrzemski 1968: Denny McLain 1969: Tom Seaver 1970: George Blanda 1971: Lee Trevino 1972: Mark Spitz 1973: O. J. Simpson 1974: Muhammad Ali 1975: Fred Lynn 1976: Bruce Jenner 1977: Steve Cauthen 1978: Ron Guidry 1979: Willie Stargell 1980: U.S. Olympic Hockey Team 1981: John McEnroe 1982: Wayne Gretzky 1983: Carl Lewis 1984: Carl Lewis 1985: Dwight Gooden 1986: Larry Bird 1987: Ben Johnson 1988: Orel Hershiser 1989: Joe Montana 1990: Joe Montana 1991: Michael Jordan 1992: Michael Jordan 1993: Michael Jordan 1994: George Foreman 1995: Cal Ripken, Jr. 1996: Michael Johnson 1997: Tiger Woods 1998: Mark McGwire 1999: Tiger Woods 2000: Tiger Woods 2001: Barry Bonds 2002: Lance Armstrong 2003: Lance Armstrong 2004: Lance Armstrong 2005: Lance Armstrong 2006: Tiger Woods 2007: Tom Brady 2008: Michael Phelps 2009: Jimmie Johnson 2010: Drew Brees 2011: Aaron Rodgers 2012: Michael Phelps 2013: LeBron James 2014: Madison Bumgarner 2015: Stephen Curry 2016: LeBron James 2017: José Altuve v t e Sporting News Sportsman/Pro Athlete of the Year 1968: Denny McLain 1969: Tom Seaver 1970: John Wooden 1971: Lee Trevino 1972: Charlie Finley 1973: O. J. Simpson 1974: Lou Brock 1975: Archie Griffin 1976: Larry O'Brien 1977: Steve Cauthen 1978: Ron Guidry 1979: Willie Stargell 1980: George Brett 1981: Wayne Gretzky 1982: Whitey Herzog 1983: Bowie Kuhn 1984: Peter Ueberroth 1985: Pete Rose 1986: Larry Bird 1987: None 1988: Jackie Joyner-Kersee 1989: Joe Montana 1990: Nolan Ryan 1991: Michael Jordan 1992: Mike Krzyzewski 1993: Cito Gaston & Pat Gillick 1994: Emmitt Smith 1995: Cal Ripken Jr. 1996: Joe Torre 1997: Mark McGwire 1998: Mark McGwire & Sammy Sosa 1999: New York Yankees 2000: Marshall Faulk & Kurt Warner 2001: Curt Schilling 2002: Tyrone Willingham 2003: Dick Vermeil & Jack McKeon 2004: Tom Brady 2005: Matt Leinart 2006: Dwyane Wade 2007: Tom Brady 2008: Eli Manning 2009: Mariano Rivera 2010: Roy Halladay 2011: Aaron Rodgers 2012: LeBron James v t e Hickok Belt winners 1950: Phil Rizzuto 1951: Allie Reynolds 1952: Rocky Marciano 1953: Ben Hogan 1954: Willie Mays 1955: Otto Graham 1956: Mickey Mantle 1957: Carmen Basilio 1958: Bob Turley 1959: Ingemar Johansson 1960: Arnold Palmer 1961: Roger Maris 1962: Maury Wills 1963: Sandy Koufax 1964: Jim Brown 1965: Sandy Koufax 1966: Frank Robinson 1967: Carl Yastrzemski 1968: Joe Namath 1969: Tom Seaver 1970: Brooks Robinson 1971: Lee Trevino 1972: Steve Carlton 1973: O. J. Simpson 1974: Muhammad Ali 1975: Pete Rose 1976: Ken Stabler 1977–2011 not awarded 2012: LeBron James 2013: LeBron James 2014: Madison Bumgarner 2015: Stephen Curry 2016: Michael Phelps Authority control WorldCat Identities VIAF: 89802657 LCCN: n79082274 ISNI: 0000 0001 0803 0915 GND: 119239256 SELIBR: 231211 SUDOC: 077049292 BNF: cb14466315z (data) NDL: 00621479 SNAC: w6610z2h Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=O._J._Simpson&oldid=824839343" Categories: O. J. 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(American Football)Jim PlunkettPat Sullivan (American Football)Johnny RodgersJohn CappellettiArchie GriffinArchie GriffinTony DorsettKen MacAfeeBilly SimsCharles White (American Football)Hugh Green (American Football)Marcus AllenHerschel WalkerMike RozierDoug FlutieBo JacksonVinny TestaverdeTim Brown (American Football)Barry SandersAnthony Thompson (American Football)Raghib IsmailDesmond HowardGino TorrettaCharlie WardRashaan SalaamEddie GeorgeDanny WuerffelCharles WoodsonRicky WilliamsRon DayneJosh HeupelEric CrouchLarry Johnson (running Back)Larry FitzgeraldMatt LeinartReggie BushTroy SmithDarren McFaddenColt McCoyColt McCoyCam NewtonAndrew LuckManti Te'oJameis WinstonMarcus MariotaDerrick HenryLamar JacksonBaker MayfieldTemplate:Sporting News College Football Player Of The YearTemplate Talk:Sporting News College Football Player Of The YearSporting News College Football Player Of The YearFrank SinkwichAngelo BertelliLes HorvathDoc BlanchardGlenn Davis (American Football)Johnny LujackDoak WalkerLeon HartVic JanowiczDick KazmaierBilly VesselsJohnny LattnerHoward CassadyHoward CassadyTommy McDonald (American Football)John David CrowBilly CannonBilly CannonJoe BellinoBob Ferguson (American Football)Terry BakerRoger StaubachDick ButkusDonny AndersonJim GrabowskiSteve SpurrierGary BebanSteve Owens (American Football)Jim PlunkettPat Sullivan (American Football)Ed MarinaroBert JonesJohn Hicks (American Football)Archie GriffinArchie GriffinTony DorsettEarl CampbellBilly SimsCharles White (American Football)Hugh Green (American Football)Marcus AllenHerschel WalkerMike RozierDoug FlutieBo JacksonVinny TestaverdeTim Brown (American Football)Barry SandersDarian HaganRaghib IsmailDesmond HowardMarvin Jones (linebacker)Charlie WardRashaan SalaamTommie FrazierDanny WuerffelCharles WoodsonRicky WilliamsRon DayneChris WeinkeEric CrouchCarson PalmerJason White (American Football)Alex SmithReggie BushTroy SmithTim TebowGraham HarrellSam BradfordColt McCoyMark Ingram Jr.Cam NewtonRobert Griffin IIIJohnny ManzielJameis WinstonMarcus MariotaBaker MayfieldLamar JacksonBaker MayfieldTemplate:UPI College Football Player Of The YearTemplate Talk:UPI College Football Player Of The YearUPI College Football Player Of The YearVic JanowiczDick KazmaierBilly VesselsPaul GielAlan AmecheHoward CassadyJohnny MajorsJohn David CrowBilly CannonBilly CannonJoe BellinoBob Ferguson (American Football)Terry BakerRoger StaubachJohn HuarteMike GarrettSteve SpurrierSteve Owens (American Football)Jim PlunkettEd MarinaroJohnny RodgersJohn CappellettiArchie GriffinArchie GriffinTony DorsettEarl CampbellBilly SimsCharles White (American Football)Hugh Green (American Football)Marcus AllenHerschel WalkerMike RozierDoug FlutieBo JacksonVinny TestaverdeTim Brown (American Football)Barry SandersAndre WareTy DetmerDesmond HowardTemplate:1967 College Football Consensus All-AmericansTemplate Talk:1967 College Football Consensus All-Americans1967 College Football All-America TeamGary BebanLarry CsonkaLeroy KeyesDennis HomanRon SellersEdgar ChandlerRon YaryRich StotterHarry OlszewskiBob Johnson (American Football)Dennis Byrd (American Football, Born 1946)Ted HendricksGranville LigginsWayne MeylanTim RossovichDon ManningAdrian Young (American Football)Dick AndersonBobby Johns (American Football)Frank LoriaTom SchoenTemplate:1968 College Football Consensus All-AmericansTemplate Talk:1968 College Football Consensus All-Americans1968 College Football All-America TeamTerry HanrattyChris Gilbert (American Football)Leroy KeyesJerry LeViasTed KwalickDave Foley (American Football)George KunzCharles RosenfelderJim Barnes (American Football)Mike MontlerJohn DidionJoe GreeneTed HendricksChuck Kyle (American Football)Bill StanfillEd White (American Football)John ZookSteve KinerDennis OnkotzMike BallouJake ScottRoger WehrliAl WorleyTemplate:1969 NFL DraftTemplate Talk:1969 NFL Draft1969 NFL DraftGeorge KunzLeroy KeyesJoe GreeneGreg CookRon SellersTed KwalickLarry Smith (running Back)Marty DomresJim Seymour (American Football)Bill StanfillRich Moore (American Football)Fred DryerRufus MayesRon PritchardGene Washington (American Football, Born 1947)John ShinnersBob Babich (linebacker)Roger WehrliRon Johnson (running Back)Bob KleinArt ThomsJim MarsalisCalvin HillEddie Hinton (American Football)Dave Foley (American Football)Template:NFL Number One Draft PicksTemplate Talk:NFL Number One Draft PicksList Of First Overall National Football League Draft PicksJay BerwangerSam Francis (American Football)Corbett DavisKi AldrichGeorge CafegoTom HarmonBill DudleyFrank SinkwichAngelo BertelliCharley TrippiFrank DancewiczBob FenimoreHarry GilmerChuck BednarikLeon HartKyle RoteBill WadeHarry Babcock (American Football)Bobby GarrettGeorge Shaw (American Football)Gary GlickPaul HornungKing HillRandy DuncanBilly CannonTommy MasonErnie DavisTerry BakerDave ParksTucker FredericksonTommy NobisBubba SmithRon YaryTerry BradshawJim PlunkettWalt PatulskiJohn MatuszakEd "Too Tall" JonesSteve BartkowskiLee Roy SelmonRicky Bell (running Back)Earl CampbellTom CousineauBilly SimsGeorge Rogers (American Football)Kenneth SimsJohn ElwayIrving FryarBruce Smith (defensive End)Bo JacksonVinny TestaverdeAundray BruceTroy AikmanJeff GeorgeRussell MarylandSteve EmtmanDrew BledsoeDan WilkinsonKi-Jana CarterKeyshawn JohnsonOrlando PacePeyton ManningTim CouchCourtney Brown (defensive End)Michael VickDavid Carr (American Football)Carson PalmerEli ManningAlex SmithMario WilliamsJaMarcus RussellJake LongMatthew StaffordSam BradfordCam NewtonAndrew LuckEric Fisher (American Football)Jadeveon ClowneyJameis WinstonJared GoffMyles GarrettTemplate:AFL NumberOne Draft PicksTemplate Talk:AFL NumberOne Draft PicksAmerican Football League DraftBob GaitersRoman GabrielBuck BuchananJack ConcannonJoe NamathJim GrabowskiBob GrieseBob Johnson (American Football)Template:BillsFirstPickTemplate Talk:BillsFirstPickList Of Buffalo Bills First-round Draft PicksMike DennisJohn Pitts (American 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D. HillWalt PatulskiPaul Seymour (American Football)Joe DeLamielleureReuben GantTom RuudMario ClarkPhil DokesTerry Miller (running Back)Tom CousineauJerry Butler (American Football)Jim RitcherBooker MoorePerry TuttleTony Hunter (American Football)Jim KellyGreg Bell (American Football)Bruce Smith (defensive End)Derrick BurroughsRonnie HarmonShane ConlanJames Williams (defensive Back)Henry Jones (American Football)John FinaThomas Smith (cornerback)Jeff BurrisRuben BrownEric MouldsAntowain SmithAntoine WinfieldErik FlowersNate ClementsMike Williams (offensive Lineman)Willis McGaheeLee Evans (American Football)J. P. LosmanDonte WhitnerJohn McCargoMarshawn LynchLeodis McKelvinAaron MaybinEric WoodC. J. SpillerMarcell DareusStephon GilmoreEJ ManuelSammy Watkins (American Football)Shaq LawsonTre'Davious WhiteTemplate:AP NFL MVPsTemplate Talk:AP NFL MVPsAssociated Press NFL Most Valuable Player AwardJim BrownJim BrownJohnny UnitasNorm Van BrocklinPaul HornungJim Taylor (American Football)Y. 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TittleJohnny UnitasJim BrownBart StarrJohnny UnitasEarl MorrallRoman GabrielJohn BrodieAlan PageLarry Brown (running Back)Ken StablerFran TarkentonBert JonesWalter PaytonTerry BradshawEarl CampbellBrian SipeKen Anderson (quarterback)Mark MoseleyJoe TheismannDan MarinoMarcus AllenLawrence TaylorJohn ElwayBoomer EsiasonJoe MontanaJoe MontanaThurman ThomasSteve YoungEmmitt SmithSteve YoungBrett FavreBrett FavreBrett FavreBarry SandersTerrell DavisKurt WarnerMarshall FaulkKurt WarnerRich GannonPeyton ManningSteve McNairPeyton ManningShaun AlexanderLaDainian TomlinsonTom BradyPeyton ManningPeyton ManningTom BradyAaron RodgersAdrian PetersonPeyton ManningAaron RodgersCam NewtonMatt Ryan (American Football)Tom BradyTemplate:AP Offensive Players Of The YearTemplate Talk:AP Offensive Players Of The YearAssociated Press NFL Offensive Player Of The Year AwardLarry Brown (running Back)Ken StablerFran TarkentonBert JonesWalter PaytonEarl CampbellEarl CampbellEarl CampbellKen Anderson (quarterback)Dan FoutsJoe TheismannDan MarinoMarcus AllenEric DickersonJerry RiceRoger Craig (American Football)Joe MontanaWarren MoonThurman ThomasSteve YoungJerry RiceBarry SandersBrett FavreTerrell DavisBarry SandersTerrell DavisMarshall FaulkMarshall FaulkMarshall FaulkPriest HolmesJamal LewisPeyton ManningShaun AlexanderLaDainian TomlinsonTom BradyDrew BreesChris Johnson (running Back)Tom BradyDrew BreesAdrian PetersonPeyton ManningDeMarco MurrayCam NewtonMatt Ryan (American Football)Todd GurleyTemplate:Bert Bell AwardTemplate Talk:Bert Bell AwardBert Bell AwardJohnny UnitasNorm Van BrocklinPaul HornungAndy RobustelliJim BrownJohnny UnitasPete RetzlaffDon MeredithJohnny UnitasLeroy KellyRoman GabrielGeorge BlandaRoger StaubachLarry Brown (running Back)Merlin OlsenFran TarkentonKen StablerBob GrieseTerry BradshawEarl CampbellRon JaworskiKen Anderson (quarterback)Joe TheismannJohn RigginsDan MarinoWalter PaytonLawrence TaylorJerry RiceRandall CunninghamJoe MontanaRandall CunninghamBarry SandersSteve YoungEmmitt SmithSteve YoungBrett FavreBrett FavreBarry SandersRandall CunninghamKurt WarnerRich GannonMarshall FaulkRich GannonPeyton ManningPeyton ManningShaun AlexanderLaDainian TomlinsonTom BradyAdrian PetersonDrew BreesMichael VickAaron RodgersAdrian PetersonPeyton ManningJ. 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WattCam NewtonMatt Ryan (American Football)Carson WentzTemplate:1972 All-Pro Team1972 All-Pro TeamEarl MorrallLarry Brown (running Back)Fred BiletnikoffGene Washington (49ers)Ted KwalickRayfield WrightRon YaryLarry LittleJohn Niland (American Football)Forrest BlueClaude HumphreyBill StanfillJoe Greene (American Football)Mike Reid (singer)Chris HanburgerDave WilcoxDick ButkusJimmy Johnson (cornerback)Ken EllisBill Bradley (American Football)Dick AndersonChester MarcolTemplate:1973 All-Pro TeamTemplate Talk:1973 All-Pro Team1973 All-Pro TeamJohn HadlLarry CsonkaHarold Jackson (American Football)Paul WarfieldCharle YoungRon YaryRayfield WrightLarry LittleReggie McKenzie (guard)Forrest BlueClaude HumphreyCarl EllerJoe GreeneAlan PageChris HanburgerIsiah RobertsonWillie LanierWillie Brown (American Football)Robert James (defensive Back)Dick AndersonJake ScottGaro YepremianTemplate:1974 All-Pro TeamTemplate Talk:1974 All-Pro Team1974 All-Pro TeamKen StablerOtis ArmstrongCliff BranchDrew Pearson (American Football)Riley OdomsRon YaryArt ShellLarry LittleGene UpshawJim LangerL. C. GreenwoodJack YoungbloodJoe GreeneAlan PageJack HamTed HendricksBill BergeyEmmitt ThomasRobert James (defensive Back)Jake ScottTony GreeneChester MarcolTemplate:1975 All-Pro TeamTemplate Talk:1975 All-Pro Team1975 All-Pro TeamFran TarkentonChuck ForemanCliff BranchMel Gray (wide Receiver)Riley OdomsRon YaryGeorge KunzLarry LittleJoe DeLamielleureJim LangerL. C. GreenwoodJack YoungbloodAlan PageCurley CulpJack HamChris HanburgerBill BergeyRoger WehrliMel BlountPaul KrauseKen HoustonJim BakkenTemplate:1976 All-Pro Team1976 All-Pro TeamBert JonesWalter PaytonCliff BranchDrew Pearson (American Football)Dave CasperRon YaryDan DierdorfJoe DeLamielleureJohn Hannah (American Football)Tom Banks (American Football)John Dutton (defensive Lineman)Jack YoungbloodWally ChambersJerry SherkJack HamIsiah RobertsonJack Lambert (American Football)Monte JacksonRoger WehrliCliff HarrisTommy CasanovaJim BakkenRay GuyRick UpchurchTemplate:SuperstarsTemplate Talk:SuperstarsUnited StatesSuperstarsBob SeagrenKyle Rote Jr.Kyle Rote Jr.Wayne GrimditchGreg PruittCharles White (American Football)Renaldo NehemiahTom PetranoffMark GastineauRenaldo NehemiahHerschel WalkerWillie GaultKelly GruberMike Powell (athlete)Dave Johnson (decathlete)Jason SehornHermann MaierBode MillerJeremy BloomTemplate:NFL Rushing Yards LeadersTemplate Talk:NFL Rushing Yards LeadersList Of National Football League Rushing ChampionsCliff BattlesJim MusickBeattie FeathersDoug Russell (American Football)Tuffy LeemansCliff BattlesByron WhiteBill OsmanskiByron WhiteClarence "Pug" MandersBill DudleyBill PaschalBill PaschalSteve Van BurenBill DudleySteve Van BurenSteve Van BurenSteve Van BurenMarion MotleyEddie PriceDan TowlerJoe Perry (American Football)Joe Perry (American Football)Alan AmecheRick CasaresJim BrownJim BrownJim BrownJim BrownJim BrownJim Taylor (American Football)Jim BrownJim BrownJim BrownGale SayersLeroy KellyLeroy KellyGale SayersLarry Brown (running Back)Floyd LittleOtis ArmstrongWalter PaytonEarl CampbellEarl CampbellEarl CampbellGeorge Rogers (American Football)Freeman McNeilEric DickersonEric DickersonMarcus AllenEric DickersonCharles White (American Football)Eric DickersonChristian OkoyeBarry SandersEmmitt SmithEmmitt SmithEmmitt SmithBarry SandersEmmitt SmithBarry SandersBarry SandersTerrell DavisEdgerrin JamesEdgerrin JamesPriest HolmesRicky WilliamsJamal LewisCurtis MartinShaun AlexanderLaDainian TomlinsonLaDainian TomlinsonAdrian PetersonChris Johnson (running Back)Arian FosterMaurice Jones-DrewAdrian PetersonLeSean McCoyDeMarco MurrayAdrian PetersonEzekiel ElliottKareem HuntTemplate:NFL Rushing Touchdowns LeadersTemplate Talk:NFL Rushing Touchdowns LeadersList Of National Football League Annual Rushing Touchdowns LeadersBronko NagurskiGlenn PresnellDutch ClarkBeattie FeathersErnie CaddelDutch ClarkCliff BattlesDutch ClarkClarke HinkleAndy FarkasJohnny DrakeJohnny DrakeHugh GallarneauGary FamigliettiBill PaschalBill PaschalSteve Van BurenTed FritschSteve Van BurenSteve Van BurenSteve Van BurenJohnny LujackRob GoodeDan TowlerJoe Perry (American Football)Dan TowlerAlan AmecheRick CasaresJim BrownJim BrownJim BrownPaul HornungJim Taylor (American Football)Jim Taylor (American Football)Jim BrownLenny MooreJim BrownLeroy KellyLeroy KellyLeroy KellyTom MatteMacArthur LaneDuane ThomasMercury MorrisFloyd LittleTom Sullivan (American 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LewisChris Johnson (running Back)Adrian PetersonTemplate:10,000 Rushing Yards ClubTemplate Talk:10,000 Rushing Yards ClubList Of National Football League Career Rushing Yards LeadersEmmitt SmithWalter PaytonBarry SandersCurtis MartinFrank GoreLaDainian TomlinsonJerome BettisEric DickersonTony DorsettJim BrownMarshall FaulkAdrian PetersonEdgerrin JamesMarcus AllenFranco HarrisThurman ThomasFred Taylor (American Football)Steven JacksonJohn RigginsCorey DillonWarrick DunnRicky WattersJamal LewisThomas Jones (American Football)Tiki BarberEddie GeorgeOttis AndersonLeSean McCoyRicky WilliamsMarshawn LynchTemplate:NFL Alumni Career Achievement AwardTemplate Talk:NFL Alumni Career Achievement AwardNFL AlumniRocky BleierRoger StaubachMerlin OlsenGeorge BlandaEarl MorrallFrank GiffordJack KempDan FortmannRay NitschkeWillie Davis (defensive End)Don HutsonArt DonovanBart StarrNick BuonicontiKen FarragutGino MarchettiByron WhiteAlan PageMike Reid (singer)Jerry RichardsonRobert KhayatEd SuttonPaul 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GreenwoodHarvey MartinJack YoungbloodJoe GreeneBob LillyMerlin OlsenAlan PageBobby BellRobert BrazileDick ButkusJack HamTed HendricksJack Lambert (American Football)Willie Brown (American Football)Jimmy Johnson (cornerback)Roger WehrliLouis Wright (American Football)Dick AndersonCliff HarrisKen HoustonRick UpchurchLarry Wilson (American Football)Garo YepremianJim BakkenRay GuyTemplate:NFL75Template Talk:NFL75National Football League 75th Anniversary All-Time TeamSammy BaughOtto GrahamJoe MontanaJohnny UnitasJim BrownMarion MotleyBronko NagurskiWalter PaytonGale SayersSteve Van BurenLance AlworthRaymond BerryDon HutsonJerry RiceMike DitkaKellen WinslowRosey BrownForrest GreggAnthony MuñozJohn Hannah (American Football)Jim Parker (American Football)Gene UpshawMel HeinMike WebsterDeacon JonesGino MarchettiReggie WhiteJoe GreeneBob LillyMerlin OlsenDick ButkusJack HamTed HendricksJack Lambert (American Football)Willie LanierRay NitschkeLawrence TaylorMel BlountMike Haynes (cornerback)Dick Lane (American Football)Rod WoodsonKen HoustonRonnie LottLarry Wilson (American Football)Ray GuyJan StenerudBilly "White Shoes" JohnsonTemplate:Buffalo BillsTemplate Talk:Buffalo BillsBuffalo BillsOrchard Park (town), New YorkBuffalo BillsHistory Of The Buffalo BillsList Of Buffalo Bills PlayersList Of Buffalo Bills SeasonsList Of Buffalo Bills Pro Bowl SelectionsList Of Buffalo Bills First-round Draft PicksList Of Buffalo Bills Starting QuarterbacksList Of Buffalo Bills Head CoachesBuffalo BillsNational Football League In TorontoBills Toronto SeriesWar Memorial Stadium (Buffalo)New Era FieldRogers CentreBills Toronto SeriesNew Era Field IISports-related CursesRalph WilsonBilly BuffaloBuffalo JillsKen "Pinto Ron" JohnsonSecond StringFlutie FlakesShout (The Isley Brothers Song)Four Falls Of BuffaloBuffalo Bills (AAFC)Electric Company (football)The Comeback (American Football)Wide Right (Buffalo Bills)Music City MiracleBills–Dolphins RivalryBills–Patriots RivalryBills–Jets Rivalry1964 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