Earlier this week the Philadelphia Eagles posted a short documentary from their series titled “Goal to Go” about running back Darren Sproles, who remains the Kansas State Wildcats’ career rushing leader. He played for K-State from 2001 through 2004, tallying 4,979 rushing yards and 45 rushing touchdowns.
Since getting to the NFL, Sproles has carved out a role as one of the league’s greatest all-purpose players, piling up more than 8,000 yards from scrimmage and more than 11,000 return yards. At the time of this post, he is eighth in career all-purpose yardage in NFL history, and only 46 yards from tying Marshall Faulk for sixth place.
You can watch the video here.
This video came to our attention via a tweet by GoPowercat’s D. Scott Fritchen, which links to the mobile version of the video: