Long after the initial waves of free agency, a number of veteran running backs remain unsigned. One of those is Mark Ingram, who has his eyes set on playing a 13th campaign in the NFL.
While he has no team to call his own right now, another member of his family is making a name for themselves on the gridiron.
The Pro Bowl running back shared a video of his young daughter making opposing flag football players look silly on the field.
“My 6-year-old daughter putting 7/8 year old boys in the blender,” Ingram tweeted.
Running back Mark Ingram was named to the Pro Bowl for the third time in his career after rushing for 1,018 yards and ten touchdowns on 202 rushes and catching 26 catches for 247 yards and five touchdowns in 15 games in 2019.
Ingram, a former first-round pick out of Alabama, has ran for 1,086 yards and five touchdowns on 294 carries and caught 49 catches for 280 yards and no scores during the last three seasons in 35 games.
The 33-year-old spent last season with the Saints, having made a return to where he began his career the previous fall. In 2022, Ingram had a season-low 62 rushing attempts and missed seven of the New Orleans Saints’ final nine games because of a knee injury.
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