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Thurman Thomas
Thurman Lee Thomas (born May 16, 1966) is a former American football player who was a running back in the National Football League (NFL) for the Buffalo

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This biography of a living person needs additional citations for verification. Please help by adding reliable sources. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately, especially if potentially libelous or harmful. (December 2017) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Thurman Thomas Thomas at ESPN The Weekend in 2010No. 34Position: Running backPersonal informationBorn: (1966-05-16) May 16, 1966 (age 52)
Houston, TexasHeight: 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)Weight: 206 lb (93 kg)Career informationHigh school: Willowridge (Houston, Texas)College: Oklahoma StateNFL Draft: 1988 / Round: 2 / Pick: 40Career history
  • Buffalo Bills (1988–1999)
  • Miami Dolphins (2000)
Career highlights and awards
  • 5× Pro Bowl (1989–1993)
  • 3× First-team All-Pro (1989, 1990, 1991)
  • 2× Second-team All-Pro (1992, 1993)
  • NFL Most Valuable Player (1991)
  • NFL Offensive Player of the Year (1991)[1]
  • NFL 1990s All-Decade Team
  • Buffalo Bills Wall of Fame
  • 2× First-team All-American (1985, 1987)
  • USA Today High School All-American (1983)
Career NFL statistics Rushing yards: 12,074Yards per carry: 4.2Rushing touchdowns: 65Receptions: 472Receiving yards: 4,458Receiving touchdowns: 23 Player stats at NFL.com Pro Football Hall of Fame College Football Hall of Fame

Thurman Lee Thomas (born May 16, 1966) is a former American football player who was a running back in the National Football League (NFL) for the Buffalo Bills and Miami Dolphins. Thomas was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2007 and into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2008.

Thomas was an important part of the Bills "no-huddle offense" that won four consecutive AFC championships.

Contents
  • 1 Early years
  • 2 College athletic career
  • 3 Athletic career
    • 3.1 Buffalo Bills
      • 3.1.1 Super Bowl XXV
      • 3.1.2 Super Bowl XXVI
      • 3.1.3 Super Bowl XXVII
      • 3.1.4 Super Bowl XXVIII
    • 3.2 Miami Dolphins
    • 3.3 Retirement, Pro Football Hall of Fame
  • 4 Personal life
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links
Early years

Thomas was born in Houston, Texas. He grew up playing football on the Missouri City Junior High School (now Missouri City Middle School) and Willowridge High School teams. During the 1982-83 season, Thomas led the Willowridge football team to a Texas Class 4A State Title. He formerly resided in the Willow Park II subdivision, located southeast of the Fort Bend Tollway and Beltway 8.

College athletic career

Thomas attended college at Oklahoma State University where he was an upperclassman teammate of running back Barry Sanders. At Oklahoma State, Thomas had 897 rushes for 4,595 yards, 43 touchdowns, 5,146 total yards, and 21 100-yard rushing games. He was also a Heisman Trophy candidate in his senior year, finishing seventh in voting.[2] He was a first team selection on the College Football All-America Team in 1985[3] and 1987.

Thomas led the Big Eight in rushing and scoring in 1985 and 1987 and was voted the conference's Offensive Player of the Year both seasons. Thurman Thomas starred as a sophomore in 1985 when he posted 1,553 yards rushing, fourth best in the country. Between his sophomore and junior seasons he suffered a tear to his ACL in his left knee, missing some games during the 1986 season. He bounced back his senior season, rushing for 1,613 yards and finishing third nationally in rushing. From 1984-87, Thomas carried the ball a remarkable 898 times for the Cowboys, the most rushing attempts in a career in Oklahoma State history.[4]

In the 1987 Sun Bowl, Thomas ran for 157 yards and four touchdowns in the 35-33 comeback victory over West Virginia, keeping freshman Barry Sanders on the sidelines for the majority of the game. Thomas left OSU as the school's all-time leading rusher and his number 34 (chosen in honor of Earl Campbell and Walter Payton)[5] is one of only three jerseys retired at Oklahoma State.

In 2008, Thomas was inducted to the College Football Hall of Fame.

Athletic career Buffalo Bills

A knee injury damaged Thomas's certain first round pick status and caused him to slip into second round (40th overall) of the 1988 NFL Draft by the Buffalo Bills, their first choice in the draft. Thomas is well known as part of the offense that included Jim Kelly and Andre Reed, which led the Bills to four straight Super Bowl appearances.

Thomas was the AFC rushing leader in 1990, 1991, and 1993. In the first three seasons of his career, Thomas had a total of 12 games with at least 100 yards rushing. The Bills won every one of those games. In 1989 and 1990, his combined total yards from scrimmage was 3,742. This was more than 200 yards better than any other player in the NFL. He was voted to the All-Pro team in 1990 and 1991, was selected to 5 straight Pro Bowls from 1989–1993, and was named NFL's Most Valuable Player in 1991, after becoming the 11th player in NFL history to finish a season with over 2,000 all-purpose yards. Currently, he is 15th on the NFL all-time list for most rushing yards in a career.

Thomas currently holds the all-time Buffalo Bills rushing record with 11,938 yards and the team record for yards from scrimmage with 16,279 over 12 years. He is also 4th overall in team scoring. Overall, Thomas finished his 13 seasons (his 13th season he played for Miami) with 12,074 rushing yards, 472 receptions for 4,458 yards, and 88 touchdowns (65 rushing and 23 receiving) with 16,532 total yards from scrimmage.

Thomas is the only player in NFL history to lead the league in total yards from scrimmage for four consecutive seasons. He is one of only six running backs to have over 400 receptions and 10,000 yards rushing. Walter Payton, Marshall Faulk, Marcus Allen, Tiki Barber, and LaDainian Tomlinson are the other five. Thomas is also one of five running backs to have rushed for over 1,000 yards in 8 consecutive seasons along with Curtis Martin, Barry Sanders, Emmitt Smith and Tomlinson.

Thomas also set NFL playoff records with the most career points (126), touchdowns (21), and consecutive playoff games with a touchdown (9). Overall, he rushed for 1,442 yards and caught 76 passes for 672 yards in his 21 postseason games. In a 1989 playoff loss to the Cleveland Browns, Thomas recorded 13 receptions for 150 yards and 2 touchdowns, which was a postseason record for receptions by a running back and tied tight end Kellen Winslow's record for most receptions in a playoff game. At the time of his retirement, his 76 postseason receptions ranked him 4th all time, and to this day he remains the only running back among the NFL's top 10 leaders in that category.

Super Bowl XXV

Thomas had an outstanding performance in Super Bowl XXV, rushing for 135 yards and a touchdown, while also catching 5 passes for 55 yards. He would have almost certainly won the Super Bowl MVP award, but the Bills lost the game 20-19 when kicker Scott Norwood missed a 47-yard field goal attempt with 8 seconds remaining.

Some fans and sports writers, such as Sports Illustrated writer Paul Zimmerman,[6] have argued that Thomas had the best performance of the game, so therefore he should have won the MVP award even though his team lost. He had far more yards and catches than New York Giants running back Ottis Anderson, who won the MVP.

His performances in the Bills other postseason games that year were also superb. He rushed for a total of 255 yards, caught 8 passes for 99 yards, and scored 3 touchdowns in their 2 playoff games prior to the Super Bowl.

Super Bowl XXVI

Thomas is noted for a mishap in Super Bowl XXVI. Thomas had a pre-game ritual where he placed his helmet at the 34-yard line. His helmet was moved in order for the stage to be set up for Harry Connick, Jr. to perform the national anthem. This caused Thomas to miss Buffalo's first two offensive plays.[7] He went on to gain just 13 rushing yards and a touchdown on 10 carries. He also caught 4 passes for 27 yards. On August 8, 2009, during teammate Bruce Smith's Hall of Fame induction speech, while he was acknowledging his relationship with Thomas, Bruce proclaimed "I hid your helmet!" Following the ceremony on NFL Total Access, Bruce indicated this was merely a joke.

Super Bowl XXVII

Thomas scored the first points of the game for his team on a 2-yard touchdown run, but was limited to just 19 rushing yards on 11 carries and 4 receptions for 10 yards in Buffalo's 52-17 loss to the Dallas Cowboys. Thomas was still recovering from a hip injury he suffered in the first game of the postseason. As a result, running back Kenneth Davis got the majority of carries in the game. Thomas also committed a costly fumble that was converted into a Dallas touchdown.

Super Bowl XXVIII

Thomas had another disappointing Super Bowl performance in this game, which the Bills lost to the Cowboys 30-13. He scored the only touchdown of the game for his team, but was limited to just 37 rushing yards on 16 carries. He was a reliable target as a receiver out of the backfield, catching 7 passes for 52 yards but he lost 2 fumbles that led to 10 Dallas points.

Miami Dolphins

Thomas signed with the Miami Dolphins during the 2000 off-season, after the Bills had released him to clear space under the salary cap. He suffered a knee injury on November 12, 2000 against the San Diego Chargers which ended his NFL career. In his only season with the Dolphins, Thomas ran for 136 yards on 28 carries and no rushing touchdowns and 16 receptions 117 yards and one receiving touchdown in nine games.

Retirement, Pro Football Hall of Fame

After deciding to retire, Thomas signed a one-day ceremonial contract on February 27, 2001 with the Bills.

Thurman Thomas was first eligible for induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2006. In that year, he made it to the list of ten finalists, but was not one of the six players elected to the Hall that year. He was selected on February 3, 2007, to be inducted into the Hall of Fame. Thomas joined his former quarterback Jim Kelly and wide receiver James Lofton in the Hall of Fame.

Thomas, Steve Tasker, Andre Reed, Bruce Smith, Don Beebe, and Jim Kelly were the subject of the 30 for 30 film, Four Falls of Buffalo.

Personal life

Thomas is married to Patti Mariacher, who is from Buffalo and was on the Oklahoma State University golf team. They have four children, Olivia, Angel, Annika, and Thurman III.[8]

He is involved with several business enterprises including sports, energy, telecommunications and construction.[9] He was appointed as vice chair of the New York State Tourism Advisory Council in 2014.[10]

Thomas has been involved in community issues since early in his career, establishing the Thurman Thomas Foundation in 1992.[11] He has talked about mental health and the effects of concussions suffered during his football career.[12][13]

References
  1. ^ "No more doubting Thomas: Bills' back selected as Offensive Player of Year". The Victoria Advocate. Associated Press. December 30, 1991. p. B1. Retrieved July 6, 2016. 
  2. ^ "1987 Heisman Trophy Voting". Sports-Reference.com. Archived from the original on 2017-06-10. 
  3. ^ Thomas also finished 10th in Heisman voting in 1985, Sports-Reference.com: 1985 Heisman Trophy Voting Archived 2011-10-10 at the Wayback Machine.
  4. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-11-05. Retrieved 2014-11-05. 
  5. ^ http://www.buffalobills.com/news/article-1/Thurman-Thomas-No-34-to-be-retired-by-the-Bills/8a3ea9ad-0a81-4bb8-9176-b4fab1dcdb28'
  6. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2006-07-21. Retrieved 2006-07-06. 
  7. ^ "Oklahoma State's Thurman Thomas Still Living Down Super Bowl Gaffe – Lostlettermen.com". Archived from the original on 2011-09-24. 
  8. ^ "Up Close With Thurman Thomas: Conversations on Life After The Game and Fatherhood". www.nflplayerengagement.com. Retrieved 14 January 2018. 
  9. ^ "About Us". 3480 Group, LLC. Retrieved 14 January 2018. 
  10. ^ "Governor Cuomo Announces the Appointment of Former Buffalo Bills Running Back Thurman Thomas to the New York State Tourism Advisory Board". Governor Andrew M. Cuomo. 28 September 2014. 
  11. ^ Lieber, Jill (February 1, 1993). "Mistaken Identity". SI.com. Retrieved January 14, 2018. 
  12. ^ Spiteri, Ray (April 22, 2016). "NFL legend breaks silence about concussions". Niagara Falls Review. Retrieved January 14, 2018. 
  13. ^ Kawaya, Jordan (December 14, 2017). "Thurman Thomas gives back in life after football". www.wnypapers.com. Retrieved January 14, 2018. 
External links
  • Career statistics and player information from NFL.com · ESPN · Yahoo! Sports · SI.com · Pro-Football-Reference
  • Thurman Thomas Official Website
Thurman Thomas—awards and honors
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1985 College Football All-America Team consensus selectionsOffense
  • QB Chuck Long
  • RB Reggie Dupard
  • RB Bo Jackson
  • RB Napoleon McCallum
  • RB Thurman Thomas
  • RB Lorenzo White
  • WR Tim McGee
  • WR David Williams
  • TE Willie Smith
  • OT Jim Dombrowski
  • OT Brian Jozwiak
  • G Jeff Bregel
  • G Jamie Dukes
  • G J. D. Maarleveld
  • G John Rienstra
  • C Peter Anderson
Defense
  • DL Tony Casillas
  • DL Tim Green
  • DL Mike Hammerstein
  • DL Leslie O'Neal
  • DL Mike Ruth
  • LB Brian Bosworth
  • LB Johnny Holland
  • LB Larry Station
  • DB Brad Cochran
  • DB David Fulcher
  • DB Scott Thomas
Special teams
  • K John Lee
  • P Barry Helton
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Buffalo Bills 1988 NFL draft selections
  • Thurman Thomas
  • Bernard Ford
  • Ezekial Gadson
  • Kirk Roach
  • Dan Murray
  • Bo Wright
  • Tim Borcky
  • John Hagy
  • Jeff Wright
  • Carlton Bailey
  • Martin Mayhew
  • Pete Curkendall
  • John Driscoll
  • Wayne Ross
  • Tom Erlandson
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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
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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
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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
  • Adrian Peterson
  • Jim Brown
  • Marshall Faulk
  • 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
  • Marshawn Lynch
  • Ricky Williams

Italics denotes active player

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NFL's 1990s All-Decade Team
  • Brett Favre
  • John Elway
  • Barry Sanders
  • Emmitt Smith
  • Terrell Davis
  • Thurman Thomas
  • Cris Carter
  • Jerry Rice
  • Tim Brown
  • Michael Irvin
  • Shannon Sharpe
  • Ben Coates
  • Willie Roaf
  • Gary Zimmerman
  • Tony Boselli
  • Richmond Webb
  • Bruce Matthews
  • Randall McDaniel
  • Larry Allen
  • Steve Wisniewski
  • Dermontti Dawson
  • Mark Stepnoski
  • Bruce Smith
  • Reggie White
  • Chris Doleman
  • Neil Smith
  • Cortez Kennedy
  • John Randle
  • Warren Sapp
  • Bryant Young
  • Kevin Greene
  • Junior Seau
  • Derrick Thomas
  • Cornelius Bennett
  • Hardy Nickerson
  • Levon Kirkland
  • Deion Sanders
  • Rod Woodson
  • Darrell Green
  • Aeneas Williams
  • Steve Atwater
  • LeRoy Butler
  • Carnell Lake
  • Ronnie Lott
  • Darren Bennett
  • Sean Landeta
  • Morten Andersen
  • Gary Anderson
  • Mel Gray
  • Michael Bates
  • Bill Parcells
  • Marv Levy
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Buffalo Bills 50th Anniversary Team (2009)
Offense
Jim Kelly (QB)
Thurman Thomas (RB)
Andre Reed (WR)
Eric Moulds (WR)
James Lofton (WR)
Pete Metzelaars (TE)
Jim Ritcher (G)
Ruben Brown (G)
Joe DeLamielleure (G)
Billy Shaw (G)
Kent Hull (C)
Defense
Bruce Smith (DE)
Tom Sestak (DT)
Fred Smerlas (DT)
Darryl Talley (LB)
Mike Stratton (LB)
Cornelius Bennett (LB)
Shane Conlan (LB)
Butch Byrd (CB)
Nate Odomes (CB)
George Saimes (S)
Henry Jones (S)
Special teams
Steve Christie (PK)
Brian Moorman (P)
Steve Tasker (Gunner)
Coach
Marv Levy
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  • e
Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2007
  • Gene Hickerson
  • Michael Irvin
  • Bruce Matthews
  • Charlie Sanders
  • Thurman Thomas
  • Roger Wehrli
  • v
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  • e
Members of the Pro Football Hall of FameQuarterbacksPre-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 backsPre-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 /
endsPre-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
and punters
  • Andersen
  • Groza
  • Guy
  • Stenerud
Coaches
  • G. Allen
  • P. Brown
  • Chamberlin
  • Conzelman
  • Dungy
  • Ewbank
  • Flaherty
  • Gibbs
  • Gillman
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  • Halas
  • Lambeau
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Jim Kelly Thurman Thomas Bills Autographed/Signed Full Size Helmet JSA 137714
Jim Kelly Thurman Thomas Bills Autographed/Signed Full Size Helmet JSA 137714
Jim Kelly Thurman Thomas Bills Autographed/Signed Full Size Helmet JSA 137714 Buffalo Bills white full size Riddell helmet autographed by Jim Kelly and Thurman Thomas. Helmet has been authenticated by JSA Witness and comes with a certificate and matching tamper-proof sticker. Both have signed this helmet beautifully in black paint pen and added the HOF inscription.

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Thurman Thomas (Football Card) 1991 Topps - [Base] #52
Thurman Thomas (Football Card) 1991 Topps - [Base] #52
1991 Topps - [Base] #52 - Thurman Thomas

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THURMAN THOMAS AUTOGRAPHED OKLAHOMA STATE COWBOYS JERSEY AASH
THURMAN THOMAS AUTOGRAPHED OKLAHOMA STATE COWBOYS JERSEY AASH
THURMAN THOMAS AUTOGRAPHED OKLAHOMA STATE COWBOYS JERSEY AASH Autographed Thurman Thomas Authentic Style Custom Oklahoma State Jersey. Thurman added "2X All- American" inscription! Arguably one of the greatest Running Back to ever play the game of football! All Letters and Numbers are stitched on this size XL jersey and now it's ready to be displayed in your sports room! It comes with All American Sports House Authentication tamper proof serial numbered hologram sticker and is guaranteed authentic. This is an absolute must for all OSU fans!

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Autographed/Signed Thurman Thomas"HOF 07" Buffalo Blue Football Jersey JSA COA
Autographed/Signed Thurman Thomas"HOF 07" Buffalo Blue Football Jersey JSA COA
For sale is a Jersey autographed by Thurman Thomas and certified by JSA! This is a custom jersey and was not manufactured by or in any manner associated with any professional sports league or manufacturer. This custom jersey carries no professional sports league designation. The item is intended to be an autographed collectible. Reference of team in the title is to allow the purchaser a point of association. The custom jersey displays the name, number and authenticated signature of the player. This item in no way is affiliated with or connected to any professional sports organization. The autograph, as always is guaranteed to be authentic and has been certified as authentic by a third-party, trusted authenticator. Size is XL unless otherwise noted.

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Thurman Thomas Legends NFL OYO Buffalo Bills Generation 4 G4 Mini Figure
Thurman Thomas Legends NFL OYO Buffalo Bills Generation 4 G4 Mini Figure
Get in the game with your own OYO Sports NFL minifigure! Bendable knees and elbows mean that your minifigure is ready to catch a pass or throw the game-winning touchdown. With details and accessories like an authentic team uniform, football, helmet, removable face mask, NEW headphones and more...get ready to bring football action home to you! The perfect gift for the biggest (and littlest!) sports fan in your life. Key Features: Your minifigure is created to look like your favorite player! Bendable knees and poseable arms allow for real-action play. Accessories: Authentic team uniform, football, helmet, removable face mask and headphones. Poseable stand with a unique DNA code for your one-of-a-kind minifigure. Compatible with most building block toys. Ages 6 and up. Printed and assembled in the U.S.A.

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40 Football Hall-of-Fame and Superstar Cards Collection Including Players such as Jim Thorpe , Jerry Rice , Joe Montana , Barry Sanders, Emmitt Smith , John Elway, Peyton Manning , Tom Brady, Dan Marino, Thurman Thomas , and Jim Kelly. Ships in Protective Plastic Case Perfect for Gift Giving. Every Package is guaranteed 1 Joe Montana Card !
40 Football Hall-of-Fame and Superstar Cards Collection Including Players such as Jim Thorpe , Jerry Rice , Joe Montana , Barry Sanders, Emmitt Smith , John Elway, Peyton Manning , Tom Brady, Dan Marino, Thurman Thomas , and Jim Kelly. Ships in Protective Plastic Case Perfect for Gift Giving. Every Package is guaranteed 1 Joe Montana Card !
This incredible value includes 40 football Hall-of-Fame and superstar football cards. This collection contains the best players ever to play National Football League. Every Box includes 1 Joe Montana Card ! In the collection you'll find cards of players such as Dan Marino, Thurman Thomas, Troy Aikman, Jim Thorpe, Lawrence Taylor, Joe Montana, Dan Hampton, Jim Kelly, John Elway, Barry Sanders, Eric Dickerson, Marcus Allen, James Lofton, Jerry Rice, Warren Moon, Emmitt Smith, Richard Dent, Deion Sanders, Reggie White, Michael Irvin, Steve Young, Cris Carter, Joe Namath, Terry Bradshaw, Franco Harris, John Riggins, Walter Payton, Tony Dorsett, Randy White, Anthony Muñoz, Mike Singletary, Art Monk, Bruce Smith, Derrick Thomas, Shannon Sharpe, Warren Sapp, Andre Reed, and many more. Each Hall-of-Fame and superstar collection of 40 cards will be unique and different. Order more than one and you will get an impressive variety each and every time. This is the perfect assortment for the card collector to add or build any card collection. This Hall-of-Fame and superstar collection is a collector's dream come true!

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Football NFL 2018 Panini Classics #108 Thurman Thomas Legend Bills
Football NFL 2018 Panini Classics #108 Thurman Thomas Legend Bills
Football NFL 2018 Panini Classics #108 Thurman Thomas Legend Bills

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