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PRO: Jerome Bettis moved into 5th place among the NFL's all time leading rushers on December 26th, 2004 with 13,294 yards.

Might be considered best acquisition for Steelers during 1996 NFL Draft... joined Steelers via trade on April 20, 1996 in deal that sent Pittsburgh's second-round pick in 1996 and fourth-round selection in 1997 to St. Louis... is a four-time Pro Bowler... gained 1,000 yards in first two seasons in league with the Rams.

2003: Bettis led the Steelers in rushing for the seventh time in eight seasons after gaining 811 yards and scoring seven touchdowns on 246 carries. Bettis ranks second in rushing yards among active players behind Emmitt Smith (Arizona Cardinals). Harris holds the team record with eight career 1,000-yard rushing seasons.

Passed Thurman Thomas, who had 12,075 yards, to move into ninth place on the NFL's all time leading rushing list December 7th against Oakland. Also gained his first 100 yard game of the season and the 53rd of his career in the same game with 106 yards rushing and 19 yards receiving... one week later at the New York Jets December 14th, Bettis passed fellow Steeler Franco Harris to move into eighth place on the NFL's all time rushing list.

Passed Marcus Allen, who had 12,243 yards, to move into seventh place on the NFL's all time rushing list December 21st against San Diego. He carried a season high 32 for 115 yards.

The final game of the season at Baltimore December 28th, saw Jerome pass Jim Brown, who had 12,312 yards, to move into sixth place on the NFL's all time rushing list.

Bettis has rushed for 9,262 yards on 2,323 carries (4.0 avg) and gained at least 100 yards in 43 different games with the team. He has recorded 54 100-yard games in his career, including 11 with the Los Angeles/St. Louis Rams before joining the Steelers in 1996.

Also had 13 receptions for 86 yards… is ranked only the fifth running back in NFL history to have 3,000 attempts… has moved into second place on the Steelers' all-time total yards from scrimmage list with 9,962 total yards… assumed a different role on the team at the beginning of the season but returned to his familiar staring halfback spot the seventh game of the year… reported to training camp in the best shape in several years.

7/9 vs Baltimore: Totaled 14 yards on four carries, including an 11-yard burst… left the game in the third quarter after tweaking a groin muscle.

14/9 at Kansas City: Gained seven yards on four carries.

21/9 at Cincinnati: Had his most productive game of the early season… had a string of six straight carries in the third quarter that culminated in a one-yard TD burst for the eventual game-winning score… finished with 59 yards on 16 carries.

28/9 vsTennessee: Had just six yard on three carries.

5/10 vs. Cleveland: Totaled eight yards on three carries… moved into a tie for seventh place (with Lynn Swann) on the Steelers’ all-time scoring list (318 points) with his one-yard TD run.

12/10 at Denver: Scored the Steelers’ only TD of the game and then added the two-point conversion in typical Bettis style… finished with 32 yards on 14 carries… also caught one pass for seven yards.

26/10 vs St. Louis: Started his first game of the season… finished with 42 yards on 12 carries, including a long of eight yards. 11/2 at Seattle: Finished with 50 yards on a season-high 17 carries.

9/11 vs Arizona: Led the team with 54 rushing yards on 18 attempts, his most attempts of the season… had a couple long runs, including a 16-yard burst, his longest of the season… fumbled for the third time this year after going 220 carries without a fumble… also had one reception for eight yards.

17/11 at San Francisco: Gained 39 yards on 13 carries, a 3.0 average, including a long of 14 yards…also had two receptions 15 yards. 11/23 at Cleveland: Compiled a season-high 93 yards on 24 carries… became only the fifth player in NFL history to accumulate 3,000 rushing attempts… hit the 3,000 rushing attempt mark on his 23 carry and surpassed it on his final carry of the game.

30/11 vs Cincinnati: Became only the 10 th player in NFL history to amass 12,000 rushing yards… also moved into sixth place on the Steelers’ all-time scoring list, passing Kris Brown, with his TD run in the third quarter that gives him 338 points… finished with 62 yards on 20 carries… also had one reception for five yards.

7/12 vs Oakland: Moved into ninth place on the NFL’s all-time rushing list and recorded his first 100-yard rushing performance of the season, the 53 rd of his career and the 42nd as a Steeler… finished with 106 yards on 27 carries, including one TD and a long of 12 yards… also had here receptions for 19 yards.

14/12 at N.Y. Jets: Moved into eighth place on the NFL’s all-time rushing list, passing Franco Harris… finished with his highest rushing average of the season, compiling 68 yards on 16 carries for a 4.3-yard average… also had three receptions for seven yards.

21/12 vs San Diego: Moved into seventh place on the NFL all-time rushing list… had his second 100-yard rushing performance of the season, the second in three games and the 54th of his career - the 4 rd as a Steeler… finished with a season-high 115 yards and one TD on 32 carries, including a long of 20 yards… also had one reception for 16 yards.

28/12 at Baltimore: Surpassed Jim Brown on the NFL’s all-time rushing list with a two-yard run midway
through the second quarter…finished with 54 yards on 23 carries, including a long of eight.

2002: An injury hit year for Bettis and maybe towards the end of the season the Steelers decided to stay with Zereoue more.187 rushes for 666 yards for an average of 3.6 with 9 touchdowns. It will be interesting to see if the Steelers keep him. (Editor's note: This was written by me during the 2002-03 offseason when there were a lot of pundits saying they wouldn't.)

2001: Was named to his fifth Pro Bowl... honoured as the 2001 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year for community service... was on pace for his best season until being sidelined by a groin injury... missed the final five games of the regular season due to the injury... eclipsed the 1,000-yard mark for the sixth straight season - eighth of his career - in Week 12 (during the Dec. 2 Minnesota game)... was named the AFC Offensive Player of the Month for October... had a sub-par game by his standards at Jacksonville (9/9)... finished with 28 yards on 12 carries... also caught one pass for two yards... rushed for 100 yards for the 47th time in his career (36th as a Steeler) at Buffalo (30/9)... finished with 114 yards on 22 caries, a 5.2-yard average... had a long of 30 yards... topped the 10,000-yard plateau early in the first half with a three-yard run versus Cincinnati (7/10)... began the game with a 48-yard run, the third longest run of his career... finished with 153 yards on 23 carries, a 6.7-yard average... recorded his 48th career 100-yard game - 37th as a Steeler... also caught one pass for seven yards... started slow but finished with another 100-yard performance at Kansas City (14/10), his third straight of the season and the 49th of his career - 38th as a Steeler... had three big runs nullified by penalties that would have given him one of his highest rushing totals... finished with 112 yards on 19 carries (his fifth 100-yard game in his career versus K.C.)... also had one reception for five yards... contributed in all three phases of the offense/running/receiving and passing at Tampa Bay (21/10)... rushed for 143 yards on 17 carries for an 8.4-yard average, his fourth straight 100-vard contest… also threw the second TD pass of his career his first was a 21-vard pass to Hines Ward) Dec. 12, 1999 versus Baltimore... also had one reception for eight yards... passed Otis Anderson to 13th place on the NFLs all-time rushing list with a 46-yard TD run in the third quarter... had his string of 100-yard games end at four but was still effective versus Tennessee (29/10)... finished with 62 yards on 19 carries... scored two TDs... gained 91 yards on 23 carries for a solid 4.0-yard average versus Baltimore (4/11)... also caught one pass for eight yards... produced his second highest rushing total as a Steeler and the third-highest of his career - at Cleveland (11/11), finishing with 163 yards on 29 carries for an averaged of 5.6-yards a carry… compiled 48 yards in overtime... also had four runs of 15 or more yards including a long of 27 yards... recorded his fifth 100-yard game of the season - the 51st of his career and 40th as a Steeler... had one reception for no gain... was held in check most of the day versus Jacksonville (18/11) but did manage to rip off a 40-yard burst in the final quarter to help seal the Steelers' victory... finished with 52 yards on 21 carries... finished with 73 yards on 21 carries at Tennessee (25/11)... also had one reception for two yards... had two runs of 15 or more yards (17 and 15)... surpassed 1,000 yards for the season on his first carry with a 12-yard burst versus Minnesota (2/12)… finished with 81 yards on 19 carries but missed most of the fourth quarter with a groin injury… also caught one pass for 16 yards... was deactivated for the final five regular-season games of the season Dec. 9-Jan. 6 because of his groin injury... missed the AFC Playoff game versus Baltimore (20/1) after suffering adverse reaction from pain medication administered to his injured groin... returned to the starting lineup in the AFC Championship game versus New England (27/1) but was mostly ineffective... gained eight yards on nine carries… scored one TD… also caught two passes for 23 yards, including a long of 12 yards.

2000: Answered all his critics with his best season in two years... was selected as the team MVP and the recipient of the Pro Football Writers of America Pittsburgh Chapter's Chief Award recipient for cooperation with the media... finished with 1,341 yards, his highest rushing total in two seasons and the fourth-best season in Steelers history... scored a team-high eight TDs... missed most of the preseason with a bruised knee... was held to just eight yards on nine carries in season-opener versus Baltimore (3/9)... had one reception for seven yards... compiled his first 100-yard game of the season - the 40th of his career and his 29th as a Steeler - at Cleveland (17/9)... finished with 133 yards on 24 carries for a 5.5 yard average… threw a costly interception to thwart a potential score when the Steelers recovered a fumble deep in Cleveland territory... also caught one pass for 11 yards... had a solid performance, rushing for 77 yards and a TD, versus Tennessee (24/9)... also caught three passes for 20 yards... averaged 4.1 yards a carry... powered his way to nearly another 100-yard performance at Jacksonville (1/10)... finished with 97 yards on 28 carries, including a long run of 20 yards… also rushed for two TDs... recorded his second 100-yard game of the season - the 41th of his career and 30th as a Steeler - at New York Jets (8/10)... finished with 107 yards on 25 carries… extended to four consecutive games his streak of scoring a TD... compiled his second consecutive 100-yard performance, giving him 42 for his career and 31 as a Steeler, versus Cincinnati (15/10)... finished with 101 yards on 29 carries for a 3.5-yard average... rushed for his third consecutive 100-yard game versus Cleveland (22/10)... finished with 105 yards on 33 carries... scored his sixth TD of the season... redeemed himself from the first game against the Ravens, finishing with a respectable 65 yards on 18 carries at Baltimore (29/10)... finished with 42 yards on 13 carries at Tennessee (5/11)... also caught one pass for 12 yards... recorded his fifth 100-yard performance of the season - the 44th of his career and 33rd as a Steeler - versus Philadelphia… finished with a season-high 134 yards and one TD on 30 carries... moved into tie for 12th place (with Elbie Nickel) on the Steelers' all-time scoring list with 222 points... also had two receptions for four yards... ran well despite totalling only 57 yards on 12 carries versus Jacksonville (19/11)... had two runs of 15 or more yards (17 and 16 yards)... averaged 4.8 yards a carry... eclipsed the 1,000-yard barrier for the season in the third quarter at Cincinnati (26/11)... just missed his sixth 100-yard game of the season, finishing with 93 yards on 23 carries, a solid 4.0-yard average... also had one reception for minus-one yard... registered his sixth 100-yard performance of the season, the 45th of his career and the 34th as a Steeler, versus Oakland (3/12)... had several nifty runs, including three rushes of 15 or more yards, the most in a game during the season... produced a season-long 30-yard run... also caught one pass for 13 yards... was held to 39 yards on 17 carries at New York Giants... also had one reception for seven yards... recorded his seventh 100-yard rushing performance of the season, the 46th of his career and the 35th as a Steeler, versus Washington (16/12)... finished with 104 yards on 25 carries for a 4.2-yard average... had a long of 23 yards... also caught one pass for 25 yards... finished with 51 yards on 26 carries… also had two receptions for five yards at San Diego (24/12).

1999: Recorded his sixth 1000 rushing season and fourth as a Steeler, finishing with 1,091 yards on 299 carries for a 3.6 average... scored a team high seven rushing TDs... missed all of the preseason due to a knee injury... had arthroscopic surgery August 3rd on left knee to repaira slight tear to his lateral meniscus... was moved to the active roster 30/8 returning to active duty in surprisingly good fashion in the season opener in Cleveland (12/9)... had not taken a snap during preseason, but rushed for a game-high 89 yards on 18 carries, an impressive 14.9 yards a carry... rebounded from the previous week without any difficulty against Baltimore (19/9)... finished with 46 yards on 16 carries...moved into second place on the Steelers' all time rushing list , passing John Henry Johnson (4,383)... led the team with 39 yards on 11 carries, including a long of 20 yards, his 11th longest run as a Steeler versus Seatttle (26/9)...also had two receptions for nine yards... compiled his second highest rushing total of the early season, despite a few big runs nullified because of penalties versus Jacksonville (3/10)... finished with 58 yards on 20 carries with a long of 11... led the team with four receptions for 27 yards, including a long of 17... had his second lowest rushing output of the season at Buffalo (10/10)... finished with 24 yards on 13 carries... did score his first touchdown of the season on a one yard plunge that pulled the Steelers to within three points, 24-21, late in the game... had two receptions for 10 yards... recorded his first 100 yard game of the season at Cincinnatti (17/10)... finishing with 111 yards on 26 carries... also scored two TDs for the first time in a game during the season... added one reception for four yards... rushed for 80 yards on 23 carries in Monday Night game versus Atlanta (25/10)... also caught two passes for 14 yards... finished with 53 yards and two TDs on 18 carries at San Franciso 49ers (7/11)... produced his longest TD run of the season, a 22-yard burst in the fourth quarter... scored two touchdowns for the second time this season and the second time in three games... produced his second- highest rushing total to that point of the season against Cleveland (16/11) but fell one yard short of the l00-yard barrier... rushed for 99 yards on 26 carries, averaging 3.8 yards a carry,... also caught one pass for seven yards... showed bursts of his big-play ability at Tennessee (21/11)... rushed for 88 yards on 14 carries for a season-high 6.3- yard average... had a season-long 35 yard run, the sixth longest run of his career... finished with 81 yards on 22 carries for a 3.7-yard average versus Cincinnati (28/11)... also caught one pass for six yards... was held to a season-low 23 yards on 12 carries at Jacksonville (2/12)... also had one reception for 14 yards... proved his versability by running, catching and throwing in the game versus Baltimore (12/12)... threw his first career TD pass to Hines Ward, a 21-yarder, to give the Steelers the first score of the game... rushed for 39 yards on 13 carries... also caught four passes for 11 yards... averaged 3.3 yards a carry at Kansas City (18/12)... finished with 63 yards on 19 carries, including a long of 13 yards... also caught one pass for nine yards... had his most productive game of the season versus Carolina (26/12)... rushed for his second 100-yard game of the season - his 28th as a Steeler and 39th for his career... finished with a 137 yards on 33, both season highs, and a touchdown... also caught a pass for minus-three yards... rushed for 61 yards and one TD on 15 carries, despite suffering a deep thigh bruise against Tennessee (2/1)...averaged 4.1 yards a carry.

1998: Finished with the lowest rushing totals of his Steelers career in 1998, despite recording his third consecutive 1,000-yard season... ran for 1,185 yards on 316 carries, a 3.8 yard average... also had three TDs (all rushing)... finished with 16 receptions for 90 yards... was ranked seventh in the AFC and 12th overall in rushing... carried 23 times for 41 yards in the season opener versus Baltimore (6/9)... produced a long run of nine yards... caught a five-yard pass... recorded his 32nd career 100 yard game and his twenty first as a Steeler against Chicago (13/9)... finished with 131 yards on 21 carries and a touchdown, including a long run of 42 yards... averaged 6.2 yards a carry... had his second sub 100 yard game, rushing for 48 yards on 13 carries versus Miami (20/9)... recorded his 33rd career 100-yard game-his 22nd as a Steeler-in the Seattle game (27/9)... rushed for 138 yards, the third-best effort as a Steeler at the time... averaged 4.9 yards a carry with a long of 23 yards... was well on his way to another 100-yard game before suffering a knee injury in the second quarter in the Cincinnati contest (11/10)... compiled 55 yards on 11 carries for a 5.0-yard average before his injury... Was deactivated Sunday because of his knee injury versus Baltimore at home (18/10)... returned from his one-game absence with a stellar performance on Monday Night at Kansas City (26/10)… rushed for 119 yards on 33 carries-the 34th of his career and 23rd as a Steeler... also caught two passes for four yards... gained a season-low 26 yards on 11 carries versus Tennessee (1/11)... also had one reception for six yards... rambled to his fourth 100-yard game, the 35th of his career and the 24th as a Steeler in a Monday Night game versus Green Bay (9/11)... also registered his seventh consecutive 100-yard game on Monday Night football... rushed for 100 yards on 34 carries… also had one reception for 26 yards...was held to 29 yards on 14 carries his second-lowest total of the year, at Tennessee (15/11)... also had two receptions for 10 yards... finished with 77 yards on 26 carries versus Jacksonville (22/11)..also had one reception for 10 yards... was held to 67 yards on 26 carries, a 2.6-yard average on Thanksgiving Day at Detroit (26/11)... tipped a pass to Will Blackwell who raced untouched for a 15 yard TD... rushed for 48 yards on 12 carries, his fourth straight sub-100 yard rushing performance against New England (6/12)... finished with 63 yards on 17 carries for a 3.7-yard average versus Tampa Bay (13/12)… also had one reception for seven yards… recorded his first 100-yard performance since the Nov. 9 Green Bay contest against Cincinnati (20/12)... finished with 104 yards on 21 carries (5.0 yards a carry) compiled his highest rushing totals of the season on Monday Night in the season-finale at Jacksonville (28/12), finishing with 139 yards on 26 carries... also caught a Season-high four passes for 24 yards.

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September 7th, 1997 Pittsburgh 14 Washington 13

1997: Named 1997 Steelers MVP for second consecutive year... became third running back in team history to earn the MVP award and first Steeler since Terry Bradshaw to win the award two years in a row... set a personal mark with 25 rushing attempts in the postseason against New England (3/1) in AFC Divisional round...had a career-high 105 yards in postseason against Denver (11/1) in AFC Championship game… named to fourth Pro Bowl (second as a Steeler)... finished season with 1,665 yards rushing, just 26 yards shy of a team record for most yards in a single season, set by Barry Foster in 1992.. .ranked second in the AFC and third in the NFL with 1,665 yards rushing... reached 1,000 yards in just nine games to become fastest running back in Steelers history to eclipse the mark... became third player in NFL history to score two touchdowns in overtime in the same season, tying Michael Timpson (Philadelphia 1991, '93) and John Jefferson (San Diego 19781, '80)... rushed for season-high 164 yards against Indianapolis...named AFC Offensive Player of the Month for October... had career-best three rushing touchdowns in one game at Arizona (30/11/97) in which he also had 36 rushing attempts, the second-most attempts in a game in team history… finished season with 375 rushing attempts, the second most in one season in team history.

1996: Earned Steelers' MVP and NFL Alumni Running Back of the Year honors, named All-Pro by College & Pro Football Weekly and USA Today, named AFC All-Conference by Football Digest, Football News and United Press International... was the AFC Offensive Player of the Month (November) selected as a member of All (John) Madden Team... became first NFL back to surpass 1,000 yards in 1996 and finished with a then career-high 1,431 yards completed the season with 1,553 total yards from scrimmage, 10 100-yard games, 1,431 rushing yards, 320 carries and 11 touchdowns, all of which were second highest single-season marks in team history... had only nine carries in final two games due to an ankle injury, but still had third-best rushing total in NFL... became first running back to have three 100-yard games on Monday Night Football in single season compiled five consecutive 100-yard games (Weeks 2-6), the most since Franco Harris had six in Weeks 7-12 in 1972... split time with Erric Pegram through first three games... rushed for his first 100-yard game as a Steeler versus Baltimore (8/9), his first 100-yard game since a contest against Atlanta (2/10/94)... also scored first rushing TD since 17/12/94 at Washington... tied third-best game of career with 133 yards on 20 carries following week versus Buffalo (16/9) in first Monday night game of career... added two rushing TDs, including 43 yard score that also was the longest rush since his rookie season... his two TDs were also a career single-game high at the time... added 50-yard TD run versus Rams (3/11), at the time, the longest run by a Steeler since Barry Foster had a 69-yard rush at Green Bay (27/9/92) and the longest rushing TD since Foster's 54-yard rushing TD versus the New York Jets (13/9/92)... gained 102 yards and two TDs in first postseason appearance, but suffered ankle injury that limited him to 43 yards at New England (5/1/97).

1995: Started 13 games and led Rams in rushing for third consecutive season with 637 yards... became fourth player in team history and first since Eric Dickerson (1983-86) to lead team for three consecutive seasons... missed first game of career with game seven ankle injury to break streak of 40 games played... received Rams game ball after rushing for 83 yards on 20 carries versus New Orleans (10/9)... scored his first rushing TD of season at Carolina (17/9)... gained another 74 yards on 22 Carries including 60 in second half alone two weeks later versus Chicago (24/9)... had game-high 19 carries for 88 yards versus Atlanta (12/10)... left game in third quarter with sprained left foot at Philadelphia (29/10)... missed following game on inactive list at New Orleans (5/11), the first game he missed during career... returned as starter one week later and responded with season-high 91 yards on 21 carries and one TD versus Carolina (12/11)... scored the first TD in the St. Louis Trans World Dome with a one-yard run... produced season-long-and second longest of his career-run of 41 yards... also had a season high three receptions at Atlanta (19/11)… saw limited action at Buffalo, rushing only once for three yards in second quarter for lowest output of career... scored third TD of season on fourth down play at Washington (17/12)... caught season-high 25 yards, including long of 19 yards versus Miami (24/12)… reported late to training camp in contract dispute (4/8).

1994: Registered second consecutive 1,000-yard rushing season by collecting 1,025 yards on 319 carries, finishing fourth in NFC and ninth in NFL... named to NFC Pro Bowl squad for second consecutive year; first Rams running back since Eric Dickerson (1985-96) to earn honor in first two NFL seasons and first Rams player to earn back-to-back honors since tackle Jackie Slater (1988-89)... was one of four offensive players to start every game... was club's first back-to-back 1,000 yard rusher since Greg Bell's 1,212 in 1988 and 1,137 in 1989... was fifth on club in receptions with 31 for career-best 293 yards... finished fifth in the NFC in total yardage with 1,318 yards... gained season-high 132 yards on 35 carries in the Rams' 16-0 win at Kansas City (25/9), fourth best effort of career… recorded four straight 100-yard rushing games in Weeks 2 through 5 (11/9-2/10), matching a personal mark set in 1993... was two shy of club record six which Eric Dickerson set in 1984... eclipsed 2,000-rushing yard barrier for career after gaining 65 yards on 22 carries versus Green Bay (9/10)… had season and career-high 34-yard reception in 17-10 win over N.Y. Giants (16/10)... recorded career-high six receptions for 21 yards in Rams' 27-21 victory in Week 10 over Denver (6/11)... scored first two-point conversion in club history in fourth quarter at San Francisco (20/11) and ended with two for the season... caught first career TD pass on three-yard reception in Week 14 versus New Orleans (4/12).

1993: Received several postseason honors including Associated Press, Pro Football Weekly The Sporting News, and Pro Football Writers Association Rookie of Year honors... shared 1993 NFL Rookie of Year award with former Notre Dame teammate and Seattle QB Rick Mirer... finished rookie season with seventh-best rookie rushing total in league history and fourth-highest single-season rushing total in Rams history... also was recipient of Carroll Rosenbloom and Dan Reeves award given to Rams' Most Valuable Player and Rookie of the Year... finished second in NFL in rushing yards (57 yards behind Dallas' Emmitt Smith for rushing title) and third in league in total yards from scrimmage (behind Buffalo's Thurman Thomas and Smith)... became first Rams rookie to rush for more than 1,000 yards since Eric Dickerson ran for 1,808 in 1983... was first Rams rookie to make Pro Bowl since 1985 (P Dale Hatcher) and first running back since 1987 (Charles White)... joined defensive tackle Sean Gilbert to become first Ram to make Pro Bowl since 1990... recorded seven 100-yard games (most by Rams running back since Charles White had seven in 1987), tying Emmitt Smith and Thurman Thomas for league high registered first 100-yard game of career versus New Orleans (3/10) with 102 yards became eighth rookie back in NFL history to run for 200 yards in single game with career-high 212-yard performance against Saints (12/12)... was first rookie to accomplish feat since Bo Jackson ran for 221 yards against Seattle in 1987... set Rams' record for most attempts rushing in a single game with 39 carries for 146 yards in season finale against Chicago (2/1/94)... became only second back in 22 games to rush for more than 100 yards against a Dave Wannstedt-coached defense... had five catches for career-high 71 yards against Bears (2/1/94)... registered career-high 217 yards from scrimmage against Chicago (146 rushing,71 receiving)... was 10th selection in the 1993 NFL Draft.

COLLEGE: Finished college career at Notre Dame with 337 carries for 1,912 yards (5.7 avg.), 27 TDs and 32 receptions for 429 yards (13.4 avg.). Closed college career with 75 yards on 20 carries and two TDs Versus Texas A&M in Cotton Bowl.

Please note that any dates are in English, for example 2/12 would be the 2nd of December - not the 12th of February as our friends in the USA will read it as. Stats are from the Steelers media guide.