Eric Dickerson was selected as the second player overall in the 1983 NFL Draft by the L.A. Rams.
Dickerson rushed for a rookie record 1,808 yards and 18 TDs in 1983. Both still stand today.
There was no sophomore jinx for Dickerson. He ran for an NFL record 2,105 yards in 1984.
Dickerson reached 1,800 rushing yards in three of his first four seasons.
Dickerson was dealt to the Indianapolis Colts in a blockbuster, three-team trade that came on Halloween Day 1987.
Dickerson's best season in Indy came in 1988 when he led the NFL in rushing with 1,659 yards. He also had 14 rushing TDs that season.
The last stop in Dickerson's Hall of Fame career came in Atlanta when he played four games for the Falcons in 1993.
Eric Dickerson's single-season rushing record on display in Canton. Included in the display is the jersey he wore and the ball he carried when he set the rushing record against the Houston Oilers on Dec. 9, 1984.
Eric delivered his enshrinement speech from the Hall of Fame's front steps on Aug. 7, 1999.
Hall of Fame tackle Jackie Slater presented Eric Dickerson for induction in 1999.
Eric poses with his bronze bust shortly after the conclusion of the 1999 Enshrinement Ceremony.
Eric Dickerson's Hall of Fame mural.
Eric Dickerson's bronze bust.