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  1. Full Name: Barry Sanders Birthdate: July 16, 1968 Birthplace: Wichita, Kansas High School: North (Wichita, KS) Elected to Pro Football Hall of Fame: January, 31, 2004. Enshrined into Pro Football Hall of Fame: August 8, 2004. Presenter: William Sanders, Barry's father. Other Members of Class of 2004: Bob Brown, Carl Eller, John Elway. Pro Career: 10 seasons, 153 games

  2. Barry Sanders, (born July 16, 1968, Wichita, Kansas, U.S.), American professional gridiron football player who was one of the game’s outstanding running backs. In his 10 seasons with the Detroit Lions (1989–98), Sanders led the National Football League (NFL) in rushing four times and was selected every year for the Pro Bowl. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2004.

  3. Barry Sanders (born July 16, 1968) is an American former professional football player who played as a running back in the National Football League (NFL), from 1989 to 1998 for the Detroit Lions.

  4. Barry Sanders. Barry Sanders Position: RB 5-8, 203lb (173cm, 92kg) Born: July 16, 1968 in Wichita, KS. College: Oklahoma St. (College Stats) Weighted Career AV (100-95-...): 120 (42nd overall since 1960) High School: North Draft: Detroit Lions in the 1st round (3rd overall) of the 1989 NFL Draft.

  5. Barry Sanders career highlights | NFL Legends It's legendary running back Barry Sanders' birthday. Celebrate by watching the most scintillating highlights from the Hall of Famer's illustrious career.

  6. Barry Sanders Top 50 Most Ridiculous Plays of All-Time | NFL Highlights. NFL. 10.4M subscribers. Subscribe. 3.6M views 4 years ago. Detroit Lions running back, Barry Sanders, top 50 career plays.

  7. Jul 28, 2020 · One of the strangest occurrences in NFL history is the retirement of Barry Sanders. One of the greatest running backs and football players ever retired after just his 10th season, in the midst of his prime. Currently sitting at number four on the all-time rushing list in NFL history, the Hall-of-Fame back could have easily topped Walter Payton’s record for NFL career rushing yards, but instead chose an early retirement.

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