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A Football Life - Eric Dickerson [S04 EP05]
A Football Life - Eric Dickerson [S04 EP05]
Published: 2017/10/25
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#52: Eric Dickerson | The Top 100: NFL
#52: Eric Dickerson | The Top 100: NFL's Greatest Players (2010) | NFL Films
Published: 2015/06/13
Channel: NFL
Eric Dickerson - Greatest RB of all time
Eric Dickerson - Greatest RB of all time
Published: 2014/09/25
Channel: Rick Darcy
#2 Eric Dickerson | NFL Films | Top 10 Rookie Seasons of All Time
#2 Eric Dickerson | NFL Films | Top 10 Rookie Seasons of All Time
Published: 2016/12/31
Channel: NFL Films
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Dickerson's 248-Yard Playoff Record! | Rams vs. Cowboys 1985 Divisional Round | NFL Full Game
Published: 2016/08/12
Channel: NFL
#2 The Rams Trade Eric Dickerson to the Colts | NFL Films | Top 10 In-Season Trades of All-Time
#2 The Rams Trade Eric Dickerson to the Colts | NFL Films | Top 10 In-Season Trades of All-Time
Published: 2016/12/17
Channel: NFL Films
Classic Tailback - Eric Dickerson SMU Highlights
Classic Tailback - Eric Dickerson SMU Highlights
Published: 2016/05/18
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Terrell Owens and Eric Dickerson discuss the greatest WR of all-time | UNDISPUTED
Terrell Owens and Eric Dickerson discuss the greatest WR of all-time | UNDISPUTED
Published: 2017/07/05
Channel: Skip and Shannon: UNDISPUTED
Will Ezekiel Elliott be suspended? Eric Dickerson gives advice to the Cowboys back | UNDISPUTED
Will Ezekiel Elliott be suspended? Eric Dickerson gives advice to the Cowboys back | UNDISPUTED
Published: 2017/07/21
Channel: Skip and Shannon: UNDISPUTED
Eric Dickerson on Le
Eric Dickerson on Le'Veon Bell wanting to be paid like #1 RB and #2 WR, Rams QB situation | THE HERD
Published: 2017/07/21
Channel: The Herd with Colin Cowherd
Which Current RB Reminds Eric Dickerson Of Himself? | Good Morning Football
Which Current RB Reminds Eric Dickerson Of Himself? | Good Morning Football
Published: 2017/08/03
Channel: NFL Total
Eric Dickerson on Adrian Peterson:
Eric Dickerson on Adrian Peterson: 'Shouldn't be surprised' about lack of touches | UNDISPUTED
Published: 2017/09/13
Channel: Skip and Shannon: UNDISPUTED
Eric Dickerson on what happened with Jeff Fisher  | THE HERD (FULL INTERVIEW)
Eric Dickerson on what happened with Jeff Fisher | THE HERD (FULL INTERVIEW)
Published: 2016/12/02
Channel: The Herd with Colin Cowherd
Eric Dickerson Highlights
Eric Dickerson Highlights
Published: 2013/10/02
Channel: Alex McInerney (ChiBears26)
Skip Bayless & Eric Dickerson reacts to Saints, Rams and Vikings
Skip Bayless & Eric Dickerson reacts to Saints, Rams and Vikings
Published: 2017/11/13
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Eric Dickerson with good news (and bad news) for Skip Bayless after Zeke
Eric Dickerson with good news (and bad news) for Skip Bayless after Zeke's court ruling | UNDISPUTED
Published: 2017/10/13
Channel: Skip and Shannon: UNDISPUTED
Eric Dickerson Recruiting
Eric Dickerson Recruiting
Published: 2011/11/24
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Eric Dickerson Colts Highlights
Eric Dickerson Colts Highlights
Published: 2016/06/14
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Eric Dickerson || "Forgot About Dre" ᴴ ᴰ || NFL Career Highlights ||
Eric Dickerson || "Forgot About Dre" ᴴ ᴰ || NFL Career Highlights ||
Published: 2017/08/07
Channel: Laguna Productions
Eric Dickerson reacts to Pitino
Eric Dickerson reacts to Pitino's firing saying 'all of them cheat' | SPEAK FOR YOURSELF
Published: 2017/09/27
Channel: Speak For Yourself with Cowherd and Whitlock
Eric Dickerson on Seahawks:
Eric Dickerson on Seahawks: 'You cannot turn the ball over 5 times and beat them' | UNDISPUTED
Published: 2017/10/09
Channel: Skip and Shannon: UNDISPUTED
Eric Dickerson talk about More impressive team right now: Cowboys or Eagles?
Eric Dickerson talk about More impressive team right now: Cowboys or Eagles?
Published: 2017/11/06
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First Take - Stephen A Smith rips apart Jeff Fisher for banning Eric Dickerson from Rams
First Take - Stephen A Smith rips apart Jeff Fisher for banning Eric Dickerson from Rams
Published: 2016/11/29
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Eric Dickerson Rookie Season Highlights | NFL
Eric Dickerson Rookie Season Highlights | NFL
Published: 2016/09/02
Channel: NFL
ERIC DICKERSON TRIBUTE
ERIC DICKERSON TRIBUTE
Published: 2016/08/16
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The Haunting Of S07E04 Eric Dickerson
The Haunting Of S07E04 Eric Dickerson
Published: 2017/03/08
Channel: Elise Tomblin
Los Angeles Rams vs Seattle Seahawks in Week 5 - Eric Dickerson previews | UNDISPUTED
Los Angeles Rams vs Seattle Seahawks in Week 5 - Eric Dickerson previews | UNDISPUTED
Published: 2017/10/06
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Hall of Famers Eric Dickerson & Marshall Talk Rams Coming Back to Los Angeles in Studio - 1/19/16
Hall of Famers Eric Dickerson & Marshall Talk Rams Coming Back to Los Angeles in Studio - 1/19/16
Published: 2016/01/19
Channel: The Rich Eisen Show
PART 1) ERIC DICKERSON, GREG JAMES talk SMU DAYS
PART 1) ERIC DICKERSON, GREG JAMES talk SMU DAYS
Published: 2014/10/12
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Eric Dickerson Says O.J. Simpson Is Still Bankable After Prison | TMZ Sports
Eric Dickerson Says O.J. Simpson Is Still Bankable After Prison | TMZ Sports
Published: 2017/06/22
Channel: TMZSports
Eric Dickerson on Running Back
Eric Dickerson on Running Back
Published: 2014/01/18
Channel: Ian Ward
ERIC DICKERSON NEW L.A. RAMS COACH CALLED ME I
ERIC DICKERSON NEW L.A. RAMS COACH CALLED ME I'll Be on Sidelines | TMZ Sports
Published: 2017/01/31
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Jeff Fisher Reflects On Spat With Eric Dickerson
Jeff Fisher Reflects On Spat With Eric Dickerson
Published: 2016/12/22
Channel: CBS Los Angeles
Skip Bayless and Eric Dickerson on Titans vs Steelers
Skip Bayless and Eric Dickerson on Titans vs Steelers
Published: 2017/11/16
Channel: Stephen A Smith
ERIC DICKERSON, ZEKE ELLIOTT I
ERIC DICKERSON, ZEKE ELLIOTT I'M GLAD YOU DIDN'T BREAK MY RECORD...I Hope You Never Do | TMZ Sports
Published: 2017/02/03
Channel: TMZSports
Eric Dickerson Talks About his Excitement Towards our Los Angeles Rams
Eric Dickerson Talks About his Excitement Towards our Los Angeles Rams
Published: 2017/11/11
Channel: Badger Bear
Eric Dickerson Vs The Cowboys
Eric Dickerson Vs The Cowboys
Published: 2012/08/10
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Eric Dickerson: O.J. Simpson Called Me to Play Golf | TMZ Sports
Eric Dickerson: O.J. Simpson Called Me to Play Golf | TMZ Sports
Published: 2017/10/18
Channel: TMZSports
Eric Dickerson-Buying Ramsey
Eric Dickerson-Buying Ramsey's story that his trash talk didn't cross the line?Undisputed
Published: 2017/11/09
Channel: Dana Albrecht
Eric Dickerson Career Highlights - B.L.O.W.
Eric Dickerson Career Highlights - B.L.O.W.
Published: 2017/06/24
Channel: Lightsoutplays
Eric Dickerson: NFL
Eric Dickerson: NFL's Only League Where You're Guilty 'Til Proven Innocent | TMZ Sports
Published: 2017/11/02
Channel: TMZSports
Rams move to 6-2 after blowout win vs. the Giants - Will they win the NFC West? | UNDISPUTED
Rams move to 6-2 after blowout win vs. the Giants - Will they win the NFC West? | UNDISPUTED
Published: 2017/11/06
Channel: Skip and Shannon: UNDISPUTED
Saints, Rams, Vikings - Who is most likely to win the NFC? | UNDISPUTED
Saints, Rams, Vikings - Who is most likely to win the NFC? | UNDISPUTED
Published: 2017/11/13
Channel: Skip and Shannon: UNDISPUTED
Boss Eric Dickerson | Player Review | Madden 16 Ultimate Team Gameplay
Boss Eric Dickerson | Player Review | Madden 16 Ultimate Team Gameplay
Published: 2016/04/15
Channel: Tino
Eric Dickerson Talks About the Rams Back in LA
Eric Dickerson Talks About the Rams Back in LA
Published: 2016/09/15
Channel: ProFootballHOF
Eric Dickerson: I didn
Eric Dickerson: I didn't get Jeff Fisher fired, losing got him fired | THE HERD (FULL INTERVIEW)
Published: 2016/12/13
Channel: The Herd with Colin Cowherd
Hall of Famer - Eric Dickerson High School Highlight Clip ( VINTAGE )
Hall of Famer - Eric Dickerson High School Highlight Clip ( VINTAGE )
Published: 2009/02/11
Channel: TexasPreps
Eric Dickerson reacts to the firing of Rams head coach Jeff Fisher | THE HERD
Eric Dickerson reacts to the firing of Rams head coach Jeff Fisher | THE HERD
Published: 2016/12/12
Channel: The Herd with Colin Cowherd
Eric Dickerson- If Carson Wentz Was An L.A. Ram...He
Eric Dickerson- If Carson Wentz Was An L.A. Ram...He'd Be Sittin' On The Bench | TMZ Sports
Published: 2016/09/25
Channel: TMZSports
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Tracy Morgan Eric Dickerson SNL
Published: 2016/02/24
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Eric Dickerson
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Dickerson in 2014
No. 29
Position: Running back
Personal information
Born: (1960-09-02) September 2, 1960 (age 57)
Sealy, Texas
Height: 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
Weight: 220 lb (100 kg)
Career information
High school: Sealy (TX)
College: SMU
NFL Draft: 1983 / Round: 1 / Pick: 2
Career history
Career highlights and awards
NFL records
Career NFL statistics
Rushing yards: 13,259
Yards per carry: 4.4
Rushing touchdowns: 90
Player stats at NFL.com
Player stats at PFR

Eric Demetri Dickerson (born September 2, 1960) is a former college and professional American football player who was a running back in the National Football League (NFL) for eleven seasons during the 1980s and 1990s. Dickerson played college football for the SMU Mustangs of Southern Methodist University and was recognized as an All-American. He was selected in the first round of the 1983 NFL Draft and played professionally for the Los Angeles Rams, Indianapolis Colts, Los Angeles Raiders, and Atlanta Falcons of the NFL. During his NFL career, he rushed for over 13,000 yards. He holds the NFL's single-season rushing record with 2,105 yards, set in 1984. Dickerson was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1999.

College career[edit]

Dickerson committed to Texas A&M before reconsidering and deciding amongst Oklahoma, Southern California and Southern Methodist University (SMU). His great-great aunt talked him into staying in the state of Texas to attend Southern Methodist University because she liked SMU coach Ron Meyer.[1] Dickerson was the subject of recruiting controversy when he started driving a new Pontiac Trans-Am during his senior year of high school.[2] According to "myth," Dickerson began driving a new Pontiac Trans-Am automobile about the same time he committed to A&M, and, when he signed with SMU, he suddenly was not driving the Trans-Am because it had been destroyed by a vengeful Aggie".[3] At the time he said his grandmother from Mexico bought it for him. Dickerson, even to this day, refuses to answer on whether or not he accepted anything to attend SMU, saying, "Even if I did take something, I still wouldn't tell."[4]

Initially, Dickerson shared carries with Craig James and Charles Waggoner, all three blue-chip recruits in 1979. Waggoner was hurt returning a kickoff their freshman season, leaving Dickerson and James to lead SMU's running attack, called the Pony Express.[1] Dickerson gained 4,450 yards on 790 carries to break Earl Campbell’s Southwest Conference record for yards and attempts. His 48 career touchdowns tied Doak Walker’s SMU total for career scoring. In his senior year, despite splitting time with James, Dickerson finished third in the Heisman Trophy voting, behind Herschel Walker and John Elway.[5] He was also a First-team All-American in 1982 and a Second-team All-American in 1981.[6]

Statistics[edit]

Rushing Receiving
YEAR ATT YDS AVG LNG TD NO. YDS AVG LNG TD
1979 115 477 4.3 43 6 6 35 5.8 11 0
1980 188 928 4.9 54 5 6 93 15.5 37 1
1981 255 1,428 5.6 62 19 1 2 2.0 2 0
1982 232 1,617 7.0 80 17 6 60 10.0 35 0
Totals 790 4,450 5.6 80 47 19 190 10.0 37 1

Professional career[edit]

1983–1987: L.A. Rams[edit]

While he considered going to the Los Angeles Express in the United States Football League, Dickerson decided to go into the National Football League. He was selected second overall in the 1983 NFL Draft by the Los Angeles Rams. An immediate success, he established rookie records for most rushing attempts (390), most rushing yards gained (1,808) and most touchdowns rushing (18), including another two receiving touchdowns. His efforts earned him All-Pro, Pro Bowl, Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year honors.[6]

In his second season, Dickerson continued his onslaught on the NFL record book becoming a member of the 2,000-yard club. Twelve times in 1984 he gained more than 100 yards rushing, breaking the record of 100-yard games in a season held by O. J. Simpson. His 2,105 total yards rushing beat Simpson’s 1973 NFL season record of 2,003 yards (Dickerson having reached 2,007 yards after 15 games), but since the NFL expanded the regular season from 14 to 16 games in 1978, Dickerson had the benefit of playing in two additional games. No one has since rushed for more yards in a single NFL season. Dickerson's 5.6 yards per carry led the Rams to a playoff berth in 1984.

Dickerson (29) rushing the ball through the Cowboys' defense in the 1985-86 NFC Divisional Playoffs Game.
Week Team Carries Yards Average
1 DAL 21 138 6.6
2 CLE 27 102 3.8
3 at PIT 23 49 2.1
4 at CIN 22 89 4.0
5 NYG 22 120 5.5
6 ATL 19 107 5.6
7 at NO 20 175 8.8
8 at ATL 24 145 6.0
9 SF 13 38 2.9
10 at STL 21 208 9.9
11 CHI 28 149 5.3
12 at GB 25 132 5.3
13 at TB 28 191 6.8
14 NO 33 149 4.5
15 HOU 27 215 8.0
16 at SF 26 98 3.8
1984 TOTAL 379 2,105 5.6

Although he rushed for 1,234 yards in 1985 while missing the first two games while in a contract dispute, he missed the Pro Bowl for the first time in his short NFL career. He did go on to rush for a playoff record 248 yards against the Dallas Cowboys in post-season play.[6]

1987–1991: Indianapolis Colts[edit]

Dickerson rushing the ball during his first year with the Colts in 1987

The 1985 season marked the beginning of on-going contract disputes between Dickerson and the Rams. In 1987, after playing just three games for the Rams during the strike-shortened 1987 season, Dickerson was traded to the Indianapolis Colts in one of the NFL's biggest trades ever at that time. In a three-team deal, the Colts traded linebacker Cornelius Bennett, whom they drafted but were unable to sign to a contract, to the Buffalo Bills for their first-round pick in 1988, first- and second-round picks in 1989, and running back Greg Bell. The Colts in turn traded Bell and the three draft choices from Buffalo plus their own first- and second-round picks in 1988, their second round pick in 1989, and running back Owen Gill to the Rams for Dickerson. With the picks the Rams took running back Gaston Green, wide receiver Aaron Cox, linebacker Fred Strickland, running back Cleveland Gary, linebacker Frank Stams, and defensive back Darryl Henley.[7] The trade reunited Dickerson with Ron Meyer, who had left SMU after Dickerson's junior season to take the head coaching position in New England and who was hired by the Colts in 1986 following Rod Dowhower's firing.

Although he played in just nine games with the Colts that year, he still managed to gain 1,011 yards to finish the season with 1,288.[6] Also, he spearheaded a late season Colts run that helped the team to their first winning season (and first playoff berth) in 10 years.

In 1988, Dickerson, with 1,659 yards rushing, became the first Colt to lead the league in rushing since Alan Ameche in 1955. This would mark the apogee of Dickerson's career with the Colts (although he would gain 1,311 yards rushing in 1989). Also, 1989 was the year that he passed the 10,000-yard mark, becoming the fastest player ever to do so (91 games), accomplishing the feat faster than greats like Jim Brown (98 games), Barry Sanders (103 games), Emmitt Smith (106 games), and LaDainian Tomlinson (106 games).[8] By 1989, he had set a new NFL record with seven straight seasons of more than 1,000 yards rushing, and led the league for four of those seasons. With the retirement of Tony Dorsett at then end of 1988, he became the leader among active players in career rushing yards, a position he occupied until his own retirement in 1993.

However, injuries, further contract disputes, and suspensions clouded his final two seasons with the Colts. Dickerson, at 29, was the highest paid running back in the NFL, receiving an annual reported salary of $1.4 million. Following prolonged contract disputes, the fed-up Colts placed him on the inactive list before the start of the 1990 season where he stayed for 7 weeks and lost more than $600,000 in salary.[9] In his sixth game back from suspension, he rushed for 143 yards against the Bengals on 22 carries—this effort lifted him past Jim Brown to third place on the NFL career rushing list behind Walter Payton and Tony Dorsett. He was again suspended in November 1991,[10] and amidst injuries and age, managed to run for only 536 yards that season. The Colts finished the year bottoming out with a 1–15 record.

1992–1993: Final years[edit]

On April 26, 1992, Dickerson was traded by the Colts to the Los Angeles Raiders for their fourth- and eighth-round picks in the 1992 draft. There were occasional flashes of greatness—107 yards against the Broncos, 103 against the Chargers, where he recorded his 63rd and 64th career 100 yard games—but those would be his last. Dickerson also scored on a 40-yard touchdown run, reminiscent of his prime, in front of a nationally televised Monday Night audience in a game against Kansas City. That year, he led the team in rushing attempts and yards.

The following season, Dickerson was traded to the Atlanta Falcons on July 7, 1993 for a sixth-round draft pick. He played in a backup role, making his final national televised appearance during the Monday Night Football game on September 27, 1993 when the Falcons hosted the Pittsburgh Steelers in a losing effort. The Falcons traded Dickerson and third-year cornerback Bruce Pickens to the Green Bay Packers for running back John Stephens on October 13, 1993.

The trade came a week after Dickerson said he had been told that the Falcons were waiving him because Coach Jerry Glanville wanted to use younger players. The next day, Falcons officials said that there had been a misunderstanding and that Dickerson had not been placed on waivers. Dickerson retired as the second leading rusher of all-time after failing a physical with the Packers.

On August 29, 2017, Dickerson signed a one-day contract to officially retire as a member of the Los Angeles Rams.[11]

Career statistics[edit]

Year Team Games Rushing Receiving
G GS Att Yards Avg Lng TDs Rec Yards Avg Lng TD
1983 LA Rams 16 16 390 1,808 4.6 85 18 51 404 7.9 37 2
1984 LA Rams 16 16 379 2,105 5.6 66 14 21 139 6.6 19 0
1985 LA Rams 14 14 292 1,234 4.2 43 12 20 126 6.3 33 0
1986 LA Rams 16 16 404 1,821 4.5 42 11 26 205 7.9 28 0
1987 LA Rams 3 2 60 277 4.6 57 1 5 38 7.6 13 0
IND 9 8 223 1,011 4.5 53 5 13 133 10.2 28 0
1988 IND 16 16 388 1,659 4.3 41 14 36 377 10.5 50 1
1989 IND 15 14 314 1,311 4.2 21 7 30 211 7.0 22 1
1990 IND 11 8 166 677 4.1 43 4 18 92 5.1 17 0
1991 IND 10 9 167 536 3.2 28 2 41 269 6.6 26 1
1992 LA Raiders 16 15 187 729 3.9 40 2 14 85 6.1 15 1
1993 ATL 4 2 26 91 3.5 10 0 6 58 9.7 30 0
Career 146 136 2,996 13,259 4.4 85 90 281 2,137 7.6 50 6

Honors[edit]

Eric Dickerson jersey shown at the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio

Dickerson became the seventh back to gain more than 10,000 yards and the fastest ever to do so, reaching the milestone in just 91 games. During his 11-year career, Dickerson gained 13,259 yards rushing, which was second all-time at the time of his retirement, and rushed for 90 touchdowns. He gained another 2,137 yards and 6 touchdowns on 281 pass receptions. A six-time Pro Bowl selection, Dickerson was All-Pro in 1983, 1984, 1986, 1987 and 1988. In 1999, his first year of eligibility, Eric Dickerson was selected to become a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Also in 1999, he was ranked number 38 on The Sporting News' list of the 100 Greatest Football Players. The following year, he provided on-field commentary during Monday Night Football broadcasts.[6]

The Rams jersey number 29 has been retired.

Dickerson was inducted into the Indianapolis Colts Ring of Honor during the week 15 game against the Houston Texans on December 15, 2013 along with Marshall Faulk, who is also a former Colts running back.[12]

In 1999, he was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.[13]

After playing football[edit]

During the 2007 football season and 2016 football season, Dickerson worked as a broadcaster for KCBS television in Los Angeles, providing commentary for NFL pregame and postgame shows.

He started a sports memorabilia company called Original Mini Jerseys with former Los Angeles Rams teammate LeRoy Irvin. The company received their NFL license in 2006 and sells authentic miniature replica jerseys. He also owns an internet-based sporting goods company, E Champs.[1]

Dickerson made a cameo appearance in the television series Hawaii Five-0 in 2014.[14] In August 2016, he began hosting a two-hour Monday afternoon program on Los Angeles sports-talk station KLAC.[15]

In 2017, he competed in the reality television game show The New Celebrity Apprentice. He was the third contestant "terminated" by host Arnold Schwarzenegger.

He is currently an NFL analyst for the Fox Sports's FS1.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Gordon, Roger. "Eric Dickerson: Well-Traveled Runner Had a Knack for Eluding Tacklers" (PDF). ProFootballResearchers.org. The Free Press, Canton, Ohio, 1 August 1999; republished online at The Coffin Corner vol. 27, no. 3 (2005). Archived from the original (PDF) on 26 November 2010. Retrieved 30 July 2015. 
  2. ^ Harvey, Randy (6 February 2013). "After 34 years, Eric Dickerson repaid a debt to A&M". Houston Chronicle. Retrieved 30 July 2015. 
  3. ^ "Sealy Gridder Reneges On Pledge To Ink Aggie Pact". The Galveston Daily News. 1979-02-15. Retrieved 2008-02-11. 
  4. ^ "Pony Exce$$". 30 for 30. Episode 30. 10 April 2009. ESPN. 
  5. ^ "Eric's College Days at SMU". EricDickerson29.com. Eric Dickerson. Archived from the original on 4 June 2003. Retrieved 30 July 2015. 
  6. ^ a b c d e "Eric Dickerson". Pro Football Hall of Fame. 
  7. ^ "History: Eric Dickerson Trade". ProFootballHOF.com. Retrieved July 30, 2015. 
  8. ^ "NFL Game Center: Game Recap - Baltimore Ravens at San Diego Chargers - 2007 12". NFL.com. National Football League. 
  9. ^ "Colts Suspend Dickerson". Los Angeles Times. August 30, 1990. Retrieved 10 March 2015. 
  10. ^ Harvin, Al. "Colts Suspend Dickerson, Citing His 'Insubordination'". The New York Times. Retrieved February 27, 2015. 
  11. ^ "Eric Dickerson to Sign One-Day Contract to Retire as a Ram". TheRams.com. August 28, 2017. 
  12. ^ Wilson, Josh (8 October 2013). "Colts to Add Hall of Famers Marshall Faulk, Eric Dickerson to Ring of Honor". StampedeBlue.com. Archived from the original on 10 October 2013. Retrieved 30 July 2015. 
  13. ^ "Eric Dickerson". Pro Football Hall of Fame. Retrieved May 28, 2013. 
  14. ^ Eric Dickerson on IMDb
  15. ^ http://laradio.com September 13, 2016

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