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#70: Marshall Faulk | The Top 100: NFL’s Greatest Players (2010) | NFL Films
#70: Marshall Faulk | The Top 100: NFL’s Greatest Players (2010) | NFL Films
Published: 2016/06/04
Channel: NFL Films
Marshall Faulk - Marshall! Marshall!! Marshall!!! Pt. 2
Marshall Faulk - Marshall! Marshall!! Marshall!!! Pt. 2
Published: 2016/11/13
Channel: Jsn Walker
Marshall Faulk career highlights
Marshall Faulk career highlights
Published: 2012/01/07
Channel: bozotheclown191215
Marshall Faulk Runs With Todd Gurley | NFL 360
Marshall Faulk Runs With Todd Gurley | NFL 360
Published: 2015/11/01
Channel: NFL
LEGEND PACK OPENING & 109 SPEED MARSHALL FAULK!? Madden Mobile 18 Gameplay Ep. 3
LEGEND PACK OPENING & 109 SPEED MARSHALL FAULK!? Madden Mobile 18 Gameplay Ep. 3
Published: 2017/08/20
Channel: QJB
Classical Tailback - Marshall Faulk San Diego State Highlights
Classical Tailback - Marshall Faulk San Diego State Highlights
Published: 2016/08/10
Channel: PockyCandy
Marshall Faulk (THE PERFECT BACK)
Marshall Faulk (THE PERFECT BACK)
Published: 2015/12/22
Channel: DCP Productions
A Football Life: Marshall Faulk (Preview) | NFL Network
A Football Life: Marshall Faulk (Preview) | NFL Network
Published: 2015/11/19
Channel: NFL Network
Marshall Faulk So many players with HOF numbers like Terrell Owens | Feb 5, 2017
Marshall Faulk So many players with HOF numbers like Terrell Owens | Feb 5, 2017
Published: 2017/02/05
Channel: NFL World
Marshall Faulk attacks Howie Mandel
Marshall Faulk attacks Howie Mandel
Published: 2007/09/24
Channel: osaMABUSh
Marshall Faulk - Marshall! Marshall!! Marshall!!! Pt. 1
Marshall Faulk - Marshall! Marshall!! Marshall!!! Pt. 1
Published: 2016/11/13
Channel: Jsn Walker
Warren Sapp & Marshall Faulk Reveal They
Warren Sapp & Marshall Faulk Reveal They're Beginning to Forget Simple Things | The Rich Eisen Show
Published: 2017/06/23
Channel: The Rich Eisen Show
Marshall Faulk Highlights
Marshall Faulk Highlights
Published: 2013/09/05
Channel: Alex McInerney (ChiBears26)
Back2Campus  Marshall Faulk and Donnel Pumphrey at San Diego State
Back2Campus Marshall Faulk and Donnel Pumphrey at San Diego State
Published: 2017/04/25
Channel: Eric Goodman
Marshall Faulk Colts Highlights
Marshall Faulk Colts Highlights
Published: 2016/04/17
Channel: Collin Telesz
Marshall Faulk Argues with Ebro about Uniting Behind Trump & Gives Terrell Owens HOF advice
Marshall Faulk Argues with Ebro about Uniting Behind Trump & Gives Terrell Owens HOF advice
Published: 2017/02/09
Channel: HOT 97
Marshall Faulk tells story of when he was almost traded to Baltimore.
Marshall Faulk tells story of when he was almost traded to Baltimore.
Published: 2015/12/17
Channel: The Rich Eisen Show
Funny Smear Campaign Ads Michael Irvin, Marshall Faulk, Rich Eisen and Steve Mariucci | NFL Network
Funny Smear Campaign Ads Michael Irvin, Marshall Faulk, Rich Eisen and Steve Mariucci | NFL Network
Published: 2016/10/29
Channel: NFL Network
Marshall Faulk Highlight Video
Marshall Faulk Highlight Video
Published: 2013/01/27
Channel: Tim Moore
Marshall Faulk
Marshall Faulk's Incredible Touchdown Run (Browns vs Rams 1999)
Published: 2016/01/28
Channel: Daniel Leu
1994 NFL draft, Marshall Faulk
1994 NFL draft, Marshall Faulk
Published: 2015/02/02
Channel: sdtimemachine
SDSU FOOTBALL: AZTECS REWIND - MARSHALL FAULK BREAKS NCAA RUSHING RECORD (1991)
SDSU FOOTBALL: AZTECS REWIND - MARSHALL FAULK BREAKS NCAA RUSHING RECORD (1991)
Published: 2016/09/14
Channel: goaztecscom
Marshall Faulk BREAKS THE SINGLE GAME RUSHING RECORD! Madden 18 Ultimate Team Gameplay
Marshall Faulk BREAKS THE SINGLE GAME RUSHING RECORD! Madden 18 Ultimate Team Gameplay
Published: 2017/08/12
Channel: cookieboy17
MADDEN 18 GAMEPLAY VS COOKIEBOY!! MARSHALL FAULK IS INSANE ( MADDEN 18 ULTIMATE TEAM )
MADDEN 18 GAMEPLAY VS COOKIEBOY!! MARSHALL FAULK IS INSANE ( MADDEN 18 ULTIMATE TEAM )
Published: 2017/08/15
Channel: ToKe
Marshall Faulk Nike commercial (mid 90s)
Marshall Faulk Nike commercial (mid 90s)
Published: 2008/05/11
Channel: ourhonordefend
NFL Network Analyst Marshall Faulk Weighs in on Divisional Round of Playoffs & More - 1/13/17
NFL Network Analyst Marshall Faulk Weighs in on Divisional Round of Playoffs & More - 1/13/17
Published: 2017/01/13
Channel: The Rich Eisen Show
NFL Network Analyst Marshall Faulk Reacts to Rams Hiring Sean McVay - 1/13/17
NFL Network Analyst Marshall Faulk Reacts to Rams Hiring Sean McVay - 1/13/17
Published: 2017/01/13
Channel: The Rich Eisen Show
Madden 18 Ultimate Team :: Marshall Faulk Is UNSTOPPABLE! 90 OVR GOD SQUAD! Madden 18 Ultimate Team
Madden 18 Ultimate Team :: Marshall Faulk Is UNSTOPPABLE! 90 OVR GOD SQUAD! Madden 18 Ultimate Team
Published: 2017/08/28
Channel: MrGoldenMut
Marshall Faulk thinks Leonard Fournette will be dynamic in the NFL
Marshall Faulk thinks Leonard Fournette will be dynamic in the NFL
Published: 2017/02/03
Channel: NOLA.com
"All The Way Up" Marshall Faulk Highlights
"All The Way Up" Marshall Faulk Highlights
Published: 2016/12/19
Channel: NFL Highlights
Marshall Faulk vs Bears 1999
Marshall Faulk vs Bears 1999
Published: 2015/07/08
Channel: BG CB
Marshall Faulk on the Dan Patrick Show (Full Interview) 1/28/15
Marshall Faulk on the Dan Patrick Show (Full Interview) 1/28/15
Published: 2015/01/28
Channel: Dan Patrick Show
LEGENDS 91 MARSHALL FAULK TORCHES DEFENSE WITH SUPER SPEED! MADDEN 18 ULTIMATE TEAM
LEGENDS 91 MARSHALL FAULK TORCHES DEFENSE WITH SUPER SPEED! MADDEN 18 ULTIMATE TEAM
Published: 2017/08/23
Channel: DCOOP
Marshall Faulk Through The Years - Madden 97 - Madden 07 (Playstation  - xbox 360)
Marshall Faulk Through The Years - Madden 97 - Madden 07 (Playstation - xbox 360)
Published: 2016/08/03
Channel: MilesDawkins247
NFL Network Analyst  Marshall Faulk on Rookies Ezekiel Elliott & Dak Prescott - 10/14/16
NFL Network Analyst Marshall Faulk on Rookies Ezekiel Elliott & Dak Prescott - 10/14/16
Published: 2016/10/14
Channel: The Rich Eisen Show
Marshall Faulk vs Eagles 1999 Highlights
Marshall Faulk vs Eagles 1999 Highlights
Published: 2017/06/17
Channel: BG CB
Marshall Faulk and Michael Fabiano “NFL Network Small Talk”
Marshall Faulk and Michael Fabiano “NFL Network Small Talk”
Published: 2015/08/13
Channel: NFL
NFL Network Analyst Marshall Faulk Joins The RE Show in Studio - 10/6/16
NFL Network Analyst Marshall Faulk Joins The RE Show in Studio - 10/6/16
Published: 2016/10/06
Channel: The Rich Eisen Show
MY FIRST MADDEN 18 WAGER! 91 MARSHALL FAULK CARRIES THE TEAM! 15K WAGER ! | MADDEN 18 WAGERS
MY FIRST MADDEN 18 WAGER! 91 MARSHALL FAULK CARRIES THE TEAM! 15K WAGER ! | MADDEN 18 WAGERS
Published: 2017/08/20
Channel: Zirksee
2002 superbowl Marshall faulk interview
2002 superbowl Marshall faulk interview
Published: 2007/09/04
Channel: GFlims83
Kurt Warner to Marshall Faulk (Dolphins vs Rams 2001)
Kurt Warner to Marshall Faulk (Dolphins vs Rams 2001)
Published: 2016/01/28
Channel: Daniel Leu
Muhammad Ali
Muhammad Ali's impact on Hall of Famer Marshall Faulk | NFL Network
Published: 2016/06/04
Channel: NFL
Marshall Faulk vs Cardinals 2003
Marshall Faulk vs Cardinals 2003
Published: 2015/06/07
Channel: BG CB
Madden Mobile 18 - How to Train Players + Marshall Faulk!
Madden Mobile 18 - How to Train Players + Marshall Faulk!
Published: 2017/08/15
Channel: 4wardProgressMadden
Marshall Faulk VS Eagles 2002 NFC Championship Game
Marshall Faulk VS Eagles 2002 NFC Championship Game
Published: 2016/07/16
Channel: BG CB
Marshall Faulk Talks Super Bowl, Marshawn Lynch, Concussions
Marshall Faulk Talks Super Bowl, Marshawn Lynch, Concussions
Published: 2014/01/31
Channel: ThePostGame
Tribute to Marshall Faulk
Tribute to Marshall Faulk's Career
Published: 2007/03/23
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Madden Mobile 16 All Rookie Marshall Faulk Gameplay & Review!!
Madden Mobile 16 All Rookie Marshall Faulk Gameplay & Review!!
Published: 2016/04/07
Channel: noobkill213
Madden 25 Ultimate Team : Marshall Faulk The Beast!!!! Ep.25
Madden 25 Ultimate Team : Marshall Faulk The Beast!!!! Ep.25
Published: 2013/11/14
Channel: AntoDaBoss
Marshall Faulk wrong about Dalvin Cook
Marshall Faulk wrong about Dalvin Cook
Published: 2017/09/17
Channel: Single Shot
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Marshall Faulk
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Faulk at the release party for Madden NFL 07
No. 28
Position: Running back
Personal information
Date of birth: (1973-02-26) February 26, 1973 (age 44)
Place of birth: New Orleans, Louisiana
Height: 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Weight: 211 lb (96 kg)
Career information
High school: New Orleans (LA) Carver
College: San Diego State
NFL Draft: 1994 / Round: 1 / Pick: 2
Career history
Career highlights and awards
Career NFL statistics
Rushing yards: 12,280
Yards per carry: 4.3
Rushing touchdowns: 100
Receptions: 767
Receiving yards: 6,875
Receiving touchdowns: 36
Player stats at NFL.com

Marshall William Faulk (born February 26, 1973) is a former American football player who was a running back in the National Football League (NFL) for twelve seasons. He played college football for San Diego State University, and was a two-time consensus All-American. He was selected by the Indianapolis Colts as the second overall pick in the 1994 NFL Draft, and he also played professionally for the NFL's St. Louis Rams. Faulk is one of only three NFL players (Marcus Allen and Tiki Barber being the others) to reach at least 10,000 rushing yards and 5,000 receiving yards; he is the only one to amass 12,000 yards rushing and 6,000 yards receiving.[1] Faulk was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2011 and the College Football Hall of Fame in 2017. He is currently a pro football analyst for NFL Total Access, Thursday Night Football, and NFL GameDay Morning on the NFL Network.

Early years[edit]

Faulk was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. He attended Carver High School in the Ninth Ward of New Orleans,[2] where he played for the Carver Rams high school football team. Also a standout track sprinter, Faulk was timed at 10.3 seconds in the 100 meters, 21.74 over 200 meters and 49.4 in the 400 meters.[citation needed]

College career[edit]

Marshall Faulk's game ball from the September 14, 1991 game when he ran for a NCAA-record 386 yards and scored 44 points in his second game as a true freshman for San Diego State

Faulk received an athletic scholarship to attend San Diego State University, and played as a running back for the San Diego State Aztecs football team. One of the best performances of his career was against the University of the Pacific on September 14, 1991 in just his second collegiate game. In 37 carries, he amassed 386 yards and scored seven touchdowns, both records for freshmen (the 386 yards were a then-NCAA record). "Faulk had scoring runs of 61, 7, 47, 9, 5, 8 and 25 yards." [4] That performance sparked one of the greatest freshman seasons in NCAA history, gaining 1,429 yards rushing, with 23 total touchdowns (21 rushing), and 140 points scored. Faulk went on to better 1600 yards rushing in his sophomore year. In Faulk's junior season in 1993, he was finally able to showcase his all-purpose ability by catching 47 passes for 640 yards and 3 TDs to go with 1530 yards and 21 TDs on the ground. These numbers put Faulk 3rd in the nation in all-purpose yardage that year, and 2nd in scoring. Faulk left San Diego State University with many of the school's offensive records, among them 5,562 all-purpose yards and 62 career touchdowns, which is the 8th most in NCAA history.[3]

After his 1992 season at SDSU, Faulk finished second in the Heisman Trophy award voting, losing to quarterback Gino Torretta in what was considered a notable snub in the history of the award:[4] Torretta's 1992 Miami Hurricanes football team had gone undefeated in the regular season and was ranked No. 1 in the country before the Heisman balloting, Faulk's team finished with a middling 5-5-1 record, continuing a trend of the Heisman going to the most notable player on one of the nation's best teams. ESPN analyst Lee Corso led a campaign supporting Torretta for the Heisman and left Marshall Faulk off of his ballot.[5] He was a Heisman finalist as well in 1991 (9th) and 1993 (4th).[6][7]

Professional career[edit]

1994 NFL Draft[edit]

Along with defensive tackle Dan Wilkinson and quarterbacks Heath Shuler and Trent Dilfer, Faulk was regarded as "one of the four players who rank well above the others in this draft".[8] On February 14, 1994, at the NFL Scouting Combine Faulk ran a 4.28 forty-yard dash.[9] and on March 31, he ran a 4.35 forty-yard time at the San Diego State Pro Day.[10] The Bengals held the No. 1 pick in the 1994 NFL Draft, and contemplated combining their heavy-duty runner Harold Green with the explosive Faulk,[11] but eventually picked Wilkinson, leaving Faulk for the Indianapolis Colts.

Indianapolis Colts (1994–1998)[edit]

Faulk was drafted 2nd overall in the 1994 NFL Draft by the Indianapolis Colts, who were in desperate need of a running game. On July 25, 1994, Faulk signed a seven-year $17.2 million contract and received a $5.1 million signing bonus.[12] Faulk responded by rushing for 1,282 yards, 11 touchdowns, and one receiving touchdown.[13] The Colts improved to 8-8. Marshall Faulk, later that season, would become the first NFL player to win both the Offensive Rookie of the Year Award and the Pro Bowl’s Most Valuable Player Award in the same season. He was also the first rookie to win Pro Bowl MVP.[14]

The next season Faulk rushed for 1,078 yards and 14 total touchdowns.[13] The Colts made the postseason, going 9-7, and narrowly missed the Super Bowl after a close loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC Championship Game which Faulk missed due to a nagging toe injury.

The next year was a miserable one for Faulk. Because of a toe injury he suffered earlier in the season, he rushed for only 587 yards, with a 3 yards-per-carry average. He led the Colts in yards from scrimmage with 1,015.[13] He recovered from the injury and rushed for 1,000+ yards in each of the next two seasons, setting a new personal high with 1,319 in 1998.[13] He also caught 86 passes for 906 yards that year and was the AFC & NFL's leader in total yards from scrimmage with an astounding 2,227, beating out Denver's MVP running back Terrell Davis by 2 yards, while also finishing 4th in the league in receptions. It would also be the first of an NFL-record 4 consecutive 2,000+ total-yard seasons.

St. Louis Rams (1999–2005)[edit]

Faulk was traded to the St. Louis Rams the following season due to, according to his agent, Rocky Arceneaux, having outplayed his contract.[citation needed] Faulk had missed practices and was considering holding out for a new contract. Colts president Bill Polian did not want his young team's chemistry damaged, so he traded Faulk for second- and fifth-round picks in the upcoming draft (used to draft LB Mike Peterson and DE Brad Scioli). The Colts moved on at the position, drafting Edgerrin James in the first round. Faulk held out for twelve days as the details of his contract were worked out. On August 4, 1999, Faulk signed a seven-year, $45.2 million contract with the Rams, which was the biggest deal in team history at the time. In it Faulk was guaranteed $9.6 million including a $7-million signing bonus. The problem in negotiations was the proposed fifth year, in which Faulk would get $7 million in salary and a $5-million roster bonus. The deal was structured to prevent Faulk from ever being tagged a transition or franchise player.[15]

In his first year in St. Louis, Faulk was the catalyst for "The Greatest Show on Turf", a nickname given to coordinator Mike Martz's aggressive Coryell-style offense. In this offense he put up some of the best all-purpose numbers in the history of the NFL. Faulk's patience and diligence in learning the Rams' offense paid off when he totaled an NFL record 2,429 yards from scrimmage, eclipsing Barry Sanders's record of 2,358 yards set in 1997 (Faulk's mark has since been broken by Chris Johnson in 2009). With 1,381 yards rushing (5.5 yards-per-carry average), 1,048 receiving yards, and scoring 12 touchdowns, Faulk joined Roger Craig as the only men to total 1,000+ yards in each category in a season.[13] He also broke the NFL season record for most receiving yards by a running back, previously held by Lionel James.[16] The Rams eventually went on to win Super Bowl XXXIV. In the game, Faulk was contained on the ground by Tennessee Titans head coach Jeff Fisher's defensive scheme, limiting him to just 17 rushing yards. This was perhaps due to the Titans' inability to stop the Rams' passing game, of which Faulk was a major part, recording 5 receptions for 90 yards. His 90 receiving yards were the second highest total by a running back in Super Bowl history. At the end of the season, he received the NFL Offensive Player of the Year Award and was a starter for the NFC squad in the 1999 Pro Bowl.

The following year, Faulk became the first running back in NFL history to lead his team in receptions five separate seasons (three in Indianapolis and twice in St. Louis). In addition, he was the NFL MVP and again the Offensive Player of the Year in 2000. He had 1,359 yards rushing in fourteen games and set a new NFL record with 26 total touchdowns, (a record that would soon be broken by Priest Holmes and then later by Shaun Alexander and LaDainian Tomlinson), despite missing two games due to injury.[13] He also averaged 5+ yards per carry again, this time with 5.4.[13] The Rams, however were not able to replicate the record they had the year prior. Even with the offense scoring the most points and yards during "The Greatest Show on Turf" era, the defense gave up 470 points.

The Rams returned to the Super Bowl the next year as their defense returned to form, allowing only 273 points, and the offense once again scored over 500 points, with 503. Faulk had another excellent season, rushing 260 times for a career-high 1,382 yards (5.3 yards per carry), and catching 83 passes for 765 yards, for an NFC-leading total of 2,147 yards from scrimmage (second in the NFL only to Priest Holmes, who totaled 2,169 yards) and scoring 21 touchdowns despite once again missing 2 games to injuries.[13] Faulk won, for the third year in a row, the NFL's Offensive Player of the Year award, but finished second in a close vote to teammate Kurt Warner in the MVP vote. These years would be the climax of Faulk's career.

Marshall Faulk in 2008 in San Diego

Faulk's injuries and age would soon catch up to him; 2001 was the last of his 1,000-yard rushing seasons,[13] and though he was still employed as the Rams' primary running back for several years following the 2001 season, he was no longer the player he had been in his prime, despite remaining a respected and effective player.

On July 29, 2002, Faulk signed a new seven-year, $43.95 million contract with the Rams. Faulk was about to enter the fourth year of his 1999 contract. In this new contract Faulk received a $10.7 million signing bonus.[17] In the 2002 season the Rams struggled and finished the year at 7-9. Faulk played in 14 games and started 10 and ended with 953 yards and 80 receptions. The following season, he played in and started 11 games, finishing with 818 yards and 45 receptions as the Rams rebounded with a 12-4 record.

In 2004, Faulk split time with rookie Steven Jackson and played in 14 games and rushing for 774 yards. In February 2005, Faulk agreed to a restructured contract to reduce his contract cap number. He was scheduled to make about $7.5 million in 2005. In the new contract received a total of $6 million in the next two seasons and a $2 million signing bonus was included.[18] The 2005 season was Faulk's last in the NFL. He rushed for only 292 yards on 65 carries and caught 44 passes for 291 yards and one touchdown. This marked the only time in his career where he did not have a rushing touchdown.

On July 21, the Rams announced that Faulk would undergo reconstructive knee surgery and miss the entire 2006 NFL season. During the season Faulk served as an analyst for the NFL Network's NFL Total Access.[citation needed]

During an NBC Sunday Night Football halftime show, Faulk was asked by one of the announcers, "So are you retired or not?" Faulk said that he was still a Ram, and would be a Ram for the rest of his life. He then said that if the Rams would have him back, he would play next year, as he was able to run full speed on his re-built knees, however on March 26, 2007, Faulk announced his retirement from football.[19]

On November 29, 2007, the Rams announced that they would be retiring Faulk's number. The ceremony was during halftime of the Thursday night game against the Pittsburgh Steelers on December 20, 2007. In 2010 on "NFL Network presents The Top 100: NFL's Greatest Players", Faulk was voted the number 70 player of all time.[20]

In 2011, Faulk's first year of eligibility, he was elected into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.[21] As a running back, he placed first in receiving yards (6,875), second in pass receptions (767), second in receiving TD's (36), third in yards from scrimmage (19,154), and tenth in rushing yards (12,280).[22]

His seven two-point conversions are an NFL record.[23] His five games of 250+ yards from scrimmage and 14 games of 200+ yards from scrimmage are also NFL records. Marshall Faulk is the only player to have 70+ rushing touchdowns and 30+ receiving touchdowns.

NFL records[edit]

  • Fastest player to gain 16,000 yards from scrimmage 129 games
  • Fastest player to gain 17,000 yards from scrimmage: 142 games
  • Fastest player to gain 1,000 yards from scrimmage in a season: 6 (1083 yards in 2000, tied with Jim Brown)[24]
  • Most two point conversions, career: 7
  • Most consecutive seasons with 2,000 yards from scrimmage: 4
  • Most consecutive seasons with 5+ rushing touchdowns: 10 (1994-2003, tied with LaDainian Tomlinson)
  • Most consecutive games with 4+ touchdowns: 2 (tied with Jim Taylor and LaDainian Tomlinson)
  • Most receiving yards by a running back in a season: 1,048
  • Most consecutive games with a reception by a running back (min. 5 carries per game): 158[25]
  • Most games with both a rushing and receiving touchdown, career: 15
  • Marshall Faulk the only RB with 100+ rushing and 30+ receiving TD'S
  • Marshall Faulk set a record for most TD'S
  • Only player to have 200 yards receiving and 50 yards rushing in the same game - Dec. 26, 1999
  • Only player to have 200 yards receiving and 10 rushing attempts in the same game - Dec. 26, 1999

NFL career statistics[edit]

Legend
Led the league
Team won the Super Bowl
AP NFL MVP & Offensive Player of the Year
AP NFL Offensive Player of the Year
Bold
Career high
Source[26] Rushing Receiving
Year Team G GS Att Yds Avg LG TD 20+ FD Rec Yds Avg LG TD 20+ 40+ FD
1994 IND 16 16 314 1,282 4.1 52 11 12 58 52 522 10.0 85 1 3 2 22
1995 IND 16 16 289 1,078 3.7 40 11 6 68 56 475 8.5 34 3 4 0 118
1996 IND 13 13 198 587 3.0 43 7 1 41 56 428 7.6 30 0 3 0 18
1997 IND 16 16 264 1,054 4.0 45 7 7 65 47 471 10.0 58 1 3 2 15
1998 IND 16 15 324 1,319 4.1 68 6 5 62 86 908 10.6 78 4 12 1 44
1999 STL 16 16 253 1,381 5.5 58 7 9 65 87 1,048 12.0 57 5 14 4 40
2000 STL 14 14 253 1,359 5.4 36 18 6 78 81 830 10.2 72 8 6 2 42
2001 STL 14 14 260 1,382 5.3 71 12 8 70 83 765 9.2 65 9 5 1 40
2002 STL 14 10 212 953 4.5 44 8 5 51 80 537 6.7 40 2 3 1 23
2003 STL 11 11 209 818 3.9 52 10 5 49 45 290 6.4 30 1 3 0 11
2004 STL 14 14 195 774 4.0 40 3 2 45 50 310 6.2 25 1 2 0 12
2005 STL 16 1 65 292 4.5 20 0 1 15 44 291 6.6 18 1 0 0 18
Career 176 156 2,836 12,280 4.3 71 100 67 667 767 6,875 9.0 85 36 58 13 303

Post-NFL career[edit]

Faulk (right) and Rich Eisen during the 2010 NFL Draft

Faulk is in his fifth season as an NFL Network analyst. He serves as an analyst on NFL Total Access, where he is relied on to provide a player’s perspective on today’s game. He also appears on Thursday Night Football’s Thursday Night Kickoff and Football Night on Thursday Presented by Lowes, Walmart, or Tostitos, Lexus Halftime Report, and Mazda Postgame Show. On NFL Sundays, Faulk can be seen on NFL GameDay Morning which kicks off NFL Network’s full coverage of the NFL on Sunday.

He also was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2011; he accomplished the outstanding achievement of being a first ballot Hall of Famer. On July 30, 2012, it was announced that Faulk joined the board of advisors of the reborn United States Football League, and will be involved in business operations.

Faulk was inducted into the Indianapolis Colts Ring of Honor during the week 15 game against the Houston Texans on December 15, 2013 along with Eric Dickerson, another former Colt running back.[27]

Personal life[edit]

Faulk married Lindsay Stoudt in 2006. They divorced in 2014. Faulk has a charitable foundation in San Diego, California.[28] Faulk's childhood friend Tyrone Wilson helped him start his foundation.[citation needed] Faulk is a cousin of Kevin Faulk, a former NFL running back.[29][30]

In 2009 Faulk was inducted into the San Diego Hall of Champions.[citation needed]

Faulk has six children with four different women, including a son, Marshall Faulk, Jr., with Derek Fisher's ex-wife, Candace, and three children with his former girlfriend Helen Dunne.[31][32][33] Faulk, Jr. played running back for the Central Washington Wildcats.[32]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rose, David; Baxter, Russell. "Top 10: Best No. 2 picks of all-time", ESPN.com, April 26, 2007.
  2. ^ Longman, Jere. "Where Waters Receded, Scars Remain." The New York Times. January 30, 2013. Retrieved on March 17, 2013.
  3. ^ Litsky, Frank (1994-02-14). [1] "Faulk Shrugs Off Poking And Testing at Combine"., Retrieved 2009-04-17.
  4. ^ Mick McGrane2, For RB Faulk, Heisman snub 'fueled the fire' of his career, San Diego Union-Tribune, February 18, 2009, accessed January 15, 2013.
  5. ^ Eagle, Ben. "Notable Heisman Runners-Up, Marshall Faulk – 1992". Sports Illustrated Kids. Archived from the original on May 24, 2013. Retrieved January 15, 2013. 
  6. ^ 1991 Heisman Trophy Voting, Sports Reference LLC, accessed January 15, 2013.
  7. ^ 1993 Heisman Trophy Voting, Sports Reference LLC, accessed January 15, 2013.
  8. ^ Litsky, Frank (April 24, 1994). "That Time To Catch A Rising Star". New York Times. 
  9. ^ [2]
  10. ^ Pasquarelli, Len (1994-04-10). "INSIDE THE NFL". Atlanta Journal-Constitution. 
  11. ^ "Faulk Shrugs Off Poking And Testing at Combine". New York Times. February 14, 1994. 
  12. ^ (July 26, 1994).New York Times. Retrieved September 12, 2010.
  13. ^ a b c d e f g h i Marshall Faulk Archived 2009-01-14 at the Wayback Machine., databasefootball.com, accessed August 23, 2008.
  14. ^ "Mind-blowing stats for the 2013 Pro Bowl". National Football League. January 24, 2013. Retrieved January 24, 2013. 
  15. ^ "St. Louis; Rams Sign Faulk". New York Times. August 5, 1999. 
  16. ^ Lahman, Sean (2008). The Pro Football Historical Abstract: A Hardcore Fan's Guide to All-Time Player Rankings. Globe Pequot. p. 119. ISBN 978-1-59228-940-0. Retrieved August 26, 2011. 
  17. ^ "Rams Sign Faulk to Seven-Year Deal, Chargers G.M. Butler Battling Lung Cancer". St. Paul Pioneer Press. July 30, 2002. Retrieved September 12, 2010. 
  18. ^ (2-25-2005).Faulk Restructures; More cap friendly".UPI Retrieved September 10, 2010.
  19. ^ Goldberg, Dave (2007-03-26). "Marshall Faulk officially announces retirement". The San Diego Union-Tribune. Retrieved 2008-09-23. 
  20. ^ NFL.com Archived 2010-12-28 at the Wayback Machine.
  21. ^ Faulk makes Hall of Fame, St. Louis Post-Dispatch (Feb. 5, 2011)
  22. ^ The case for Faulk, St. Louis Post-Dispatch (Feb. 5, 2011)
  23. ^ [3], Sportsline.com.
  24. ^ Fastest players to gain 1,000 yards from scrimmage in a season (1960 to 2013), Sports Reference LLC, accessed November 22, 2013.
  25. ^ The second longest streak is less than half that, 76 by Marcus Allen
  26. ^ "Marshall Faulk Stats". Pro Football Reference. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 28 December 2016. 
  27. ^ http://www.stampedeblue.com/2013/10/8/4817282/colts-to-add-hall-of-famers-marshall-faulk-eric-dickerson-to-ring-of
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