Wide Receiver/Kick Returner Ron Brown (1987 NFL's Fastest Man Winner, Pro Bowl Kick returner for the Rams in ‘85 and in 1984 Olympics finished fourth in 100 meters and won gold 4x100 setting a world record w/ Carl Lewis, Calvin Smith, and Sam Graddy), WR Alexander Wright (former Auburn speed demon was a two-time winner of the NFL's Fastest Man), WR/KR Sam Graddy (5-year NFL veteran playing for the Broncos and Raiders finished second in 100 meters and won gold in 4x100 at '84 Olympics), Patrick Johnson (Former Ravens WR once defeated Carl Lewis in a 100 m at the Drake Relays), John Capel (Won 2003 World Championship in 200 meters after flaming out with the Bears and Chiefs), Rod Woodson (2009 PFHOF inductee was an All-Big Ten Hurdler at Purdue), Darrell Green (HOF was 3-time NFL’s Fastest Man Winner), * Jerome Mathis (Came in second by inches in NFL’s fastest man at ‘06 Pro Bowl), * DeAngelo Hall (Won NFL’s fastest man at ‘06 Pro Bowl), Eric Dickerson (Hall of Fame RB was a college sprint champion at SMU), Michael Timpson (Former Patriots receiver ran in 1984 Olympic Trials in 200m), Tyrone Wheatley (Former Michigan RB competed in the 1992 Olympic Trials in 110m hurdles), Former Heisman Trophy winner and Cowboys RB Herschel Walker (Ran in 100m plus was seventh in the 55m at the 1981 NCAA Indoor Championships), Former Heisman Trophy winner and Oakland Raider Billy Cannon (Reportedly ran a in the 100 yard dash), Bo Jackson (ran a in 55m indoors in college and just ask the Seahawks how fast he was on MNF), Future HOF Deion Sanders (Reportedly ran a at ‘89 NFL Combine and there is the legendary story he ran the fastest 100 m in FSU history in baseball pants), Dallas Cowboys WR Richmond Flowers (6-year NFL veteran was a champion hurdler in HS and at Univ of Tennessee), former Falcons QB Michael Vick (Ran a 40-time of seconds at VT and a seconds at a Falcons Rookie OTA in ‘01), * Devin Hester (Rated a “100″ in speed on ‘08 Madden ratings topping the previous high of 99, given to Deion Sanders), Raiders WR Cliff Branch (Kenny Stabler’s deep threat was said to have beaten Bob Hayes in a race after ‘64 Olympics), * Randy Moss (Said to have run a forty at 30 when timed by the Patriots and always seems to have a second gear), Tim Dwight (former Falcons kamikaze kick returner set sprinting records at Iowa in indoor sprints), Qadry Ismail (the “Missle” was a very good hurdler at Syracuse), Jim Hines (1972 Olympic 100m champ played briefly for the Dolphins), *Justin Miller (The Raiders speedy CB/KR won NFL’s fastest man at ‘07 Pro Bowl), Renaldo Nehemiah (Former world record hurdler was part of 1988 Super Bowl Champion 49ers), Dwight Stone (former Steeler could not be overthrown, but was known as “Stone Hands” around Pittsburgh), *Jaamal Charles (KC Chiefs running back was a sprinter at Texas) and * Michael Bennett (former Big Ten track champion in the 60m)
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