Emmitt Smith is a former running back in the NFL who played for 15 seasons, primarily with the Dallas Cowboys. He is a three-time Super Bowl champion, Super Bowl MVP, an 8-time Pro Bowler, and a four-time rushing yards leader. He remains the league’s all-time leading rusher. Get all of the latest Emmitt Smith news here!
Emmitt Smith played college football at the University of Florida before entering the 1990 NFL draft. He was selected in the first round by the Dallas Cowboys, where he played until 2003. He finished his career with a two-year stint in Arizona before announcing his retirement in 2005. He signed a 1-day contract with the Cowboys in order to retire a Cowboy. During his career he rushed for 18,355 yards, which broke Walter Payton’s record. Smith also holds the NFL record for career rushing touchdowns with 164.