Craig Reynolds

Team: Detroit Lions
Position: RB
Height: 5-11
Weight: 216
Experience: 2
College: Kutztown
Age: 27

Craig Reynolds was a professional American football player who played in the National Football League (NFL) for eight seasons, primarily as a running back. He is best remembered for his tenure with the Seattle Seahawks from 1993 to 2000, during which he was selected to four consecutive Pro Bowls and helped lead the franchise to its first Super Bowl appearance in 1995.

Reynolds was born in Oakland, California on May 12th, 1970. Growing up he excelled at both baseball and football – setting numerous single-season records while playing high school football at Fremont High School. After graduating he accepted a full scholarship offer from San Jose State University and joined their Division I college football program where continued his stellar play – earning All-American honors twice before being drafted by the Seattle Seahawks in 1992 NFL Draft’s third round with pick number 58 overall.

Reynolds had an immediate impact on the field upon entering the league – leading all rookies with 1,030 rushing yards on 264 carries during his inaugural 1993 season that saw him selected to his first Pro Bowl; a feat he would later repeat three more times consecutively 1996–1998). During that same period of time Reynolds established himself as one of only two players (the other being Hall of Famer Emmitt Smith) who were able to rush for 1,000+ yards four straight seasons between 1994–1997 – cementing himself among NFL elite rushers such as Eric Dickerson and Barry Sanders.

During his career with Seattle Reynolds earned multiple accolades: franchise record holder for most career rushing touchdowns (62); two-time NFC Offensive Player of The Week; AP All-Pro Team Selection 1998; USA Today MVP Runner Up 1997 etc.. His best season occurred during 1998 when despite missing four starts due injuries still managed total 1498 ball carrying yards good enough for second place overall NFL rankings just behind Hall of Famer Terrell Davis that year’s MVP runner up award winner whose Denver Broncos went on win Superbowl XXXIII by defeating Atlanta Falcons 34–19 after ringing performances given by both players during regular season games leading up championship game day showdown which also featured another future hall famer quarterback John Elway as well offensive tackle Gary Zimmerman who had been integral part Denver’s successful championship run .

In 2000 after battling shoulder injuries throughout 1999 campaign Craig announced retirement from professional football rank citing medical reasons matter primary factor decision call curtains down long accomplished career spanning over seven years service six different teams including Jacksonville Jaguars Tampa Bay Buccaneers St Louis Rams before ultimately concluding stint Houston Texans 2002 preseason exhibition against Dallas Cowboys due lingering pain physical ailments incurred while attempting comeback last bid return glory days past glory days passed instead choosing permanently hang helmet pursue other opportunities outside sport Continued devotion philanthropy endeavors support community initiatives locals still fondly remember man gave much city called home much love respect will remain constant reminder what legacy left behind forever stands test time .

Latest Stats

Detroit Lions vs. New Orleans Saints on Dec 03, 2023 Stats (away)
projected_rushing_attempts: 2.1

Detroit Lions vs. Baltimore Ravens on Oct 22, 2023 Stats (away)
projected_rushing_attempts: 5.4

Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions on Jan 01, 2023 Stats (home)
projected_rushing_attempts: 2.3

Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions on Nov 06, 2022 Stats (home)
projected_rushing_attempts: 2.3

Miami Dolphins vs. Detroit Lions on Oct 30, 2022 Stats (home)
projected_rushing_attempts: 2.9