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08/26/2009

Class of 2010 enshrinee Floyd Little was one of the most multi-dimensional players of his era. He played nine seasons for the Denver Broncos from 1967 to 1975 and retired ranked as the seventh all-time leading rusher and eighth all-time in career all-purpose yards.

1. Jim Brown 12,312
2. Jim Taylor 8,597
3. Joe Perry 8,378
4. O.J. Simpson 8,123
5. Leroy Kelly 7,274
6. John Henry Johnson 6,803
7. Floyd Little 6,323
 
1. Jim Brown 15,459
2. Bobby Mitchell 14,078
3. Ollie Matson 12,884
4. Timmy Brown 12,684
5. Lenny Moore 12,451
6. Don Maynard 12,379
7. Leroy Kelly 12,330
8. Floyd Little 12,173


All of the players ranked above Little in these lists have been elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame other than Timmy Brown (1959 Green Bay Packers, 1960-67 Philadelphia Eagles, 1968 Baltimore Colts).

Statistics compiled by Pro Football Hall of Fame and Elias Sports Bureau.

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