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  1. Walter Payton: Football's "Sweetest" Superstar (Great American Sports Legends) by Mike Towle, 2005-08-30
  2. Walter Payton (Football Hall of Famers) by Aileen Gallagher, 2002-06
  3. Walter Payton (Football Superstars) by Adam Woog, 2008-03-30
  4. Walter Payton (Football Legends) by Philip Koslow, 1994-06
  5. Walter Payton: Football's Sweetest Superstar   [WALTER PAYTON] [Paperback]
  6. Jackson State Tigers Football: Jackson State Tigers Football Players, Walter Payton, Darion Conner, Perry Harrington, Jimmy Smith
  7. Jackson State Tigers Football Players: Walter Payton, Darion Conner, Perry Harrington, Jimmy Smith, Robert Brazile, Harold Jackson
  8. Chicago Bears Hall of Fame football great Walter Payton goes on waiting list for a liver transplant.: An article from: Transplant News
  9. I Remember Walter Payton: Personal Memories of Football's "Sweetest" Superstar by the People Who Knew Him Best by Mike Towle, 2000-10
  10. Football Digest Dec 2002 Brett Favre Green By, Walter Payton Chicago by Football Digest, 2002
  11. The World Of Pro Football by Paul (Text) Fichtenbaum, Walter (Foreword) Payton, et all 1986-01-01
  12. McDonald's NFL Play & Win 1986 Football Cards (All Star Gold Tab) Walter Payton singles 18 Cards by Chicago Bears, Walter Payton, et all 1986
  13. Football Digest November 1977 Walter Payton/Chicago Bears on Cover, Fran Tarkenton/Minnesota Vikings, Johnny Unitas' Unbeatable Passing Record/Baltimore Colts
  14. DAN MARINO MARCUS ALLEN WALTER PAYTON INSIDE SPORTS OCTOBER 1986 FOOTBALL ISSUE! by INSIDE SPORTS MAGAZINE, 1986

1. Payton, Walter : Players P-S : Football Players - Mega Net
Feature about this former Chicago Bears legend includes a scrapbook, a flashback to his 275yard rushing day and a list of his records.
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Login Search Mega Net: Home Entertainment Celebrities Sports Personalities ... Players P-S : Payton, Walter Payton, Walter - CBS SportsLine.com Feature about this former Chicago Bears legend includes a scrapbook, a flashback to his 275-yard rushing day and a list of his records. http://cbs.sportsline.com/u/football/nfl/legends/wpayton.htm Payton, Walter - Channel 3000 Story on the great running back who passed away due to complications from liver disease. Includes a brief bio, related links and career stats. http://www.channel3000.com/sh/sports/stories/sports-991101-151159.html http://www.geocities.com/Colosseum/Pressbox/9206/payton.html Payton, Walter - Official Page Find out about this late, great running back, who suffered from a liver condition. Includes a bio, organ-donor info and letters he received. http://www.payton34.com/ Payton, Walter - Slam! Football Tribute features a bio, a statement from his son Jarrett, career stats and highlights, quotes from others and related articles. http://www.chl.ca/FootballNFLWalterPayton/ Payton, Walter - USA Today http://www.usatoday.com/sports/nfl/walt/waltix.htm Payton, Walter Jerry - MSN Encarta Read a career overview of this record-holding football champion nicknamed "Sweetness." http://encarta.msn.com/find/Concise.asp?ti=067E1000

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4. Walter Payton - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Walter Payton (July 25, 1954 – November 1, 1999) was an American football player who spent his entire professional career with the National Football League 's Chicago Bears.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This article is about the American football running back. For the musician, see Walter Payton (musician) Walter Payton Half back Personal information Date of birth : July 25, 1954
Columbia, Mississippi

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Career information College Jackson State NFL Draft Round: 1 Pick: 4 Debuted in 1975 for the Chicago Bears Last played in 1987 for the Chicago Bears Career history Career highlights and awards Stats at NFL.com Pro Football Hall of Fame College Football Hall of Fame Walter Payton (July 25, 1954 – November 1, 1999) was an American football player who spent his entire professional career with the National Football League 's Chicago Bears . Walter Payton was known around the NFL as " Sweetness ". He is remembered as one of the most prolific

5. WALTER 'SWEETNESS' PAYTON.
Payton, Walter Jerry 19541999 1954–99, American football player, b. Columbia, Miss. He played at Jackson State College (now Jackson State Univ.) in Mississippi before being
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Payton, Walter Jerry 1954-1999
195499, American football player, b. Columbia, Miss. He played at Jackson State College (now Jackson State Univ.) in Mississippi before being drafted as a running back by the Chicago Bears in 1975. He spent his entire career with the Bears and set many records, including all-time rushing yards (16,726), most 100-yard rushing games (77), most 1,000-yard rushing seasons (10), and most yards gained rushing in a game (275). Noted for his durability, Payton was the National Football Leagues most valuable player in 1977 (the youngest player to win the award) and won his only Super Bowl in 1985. He retired in 1987.
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Walter Payton once ran for a record 275 yards against the Minnesota Vikings. He ran for 16,726 yards in his career, more than any other player. When we measure his greatness in these days after his sad, early death, we will rightly lean on these amazing numbers because they remind us of the degree to which Payton separated himself from more than 75 years worth of NFL running backs.
By all accounts, there were plenty of reasons to admire Payton off the field, as well. His teammates describe a man of energy and wit, whose genuine caring and generosity were the stuff of rare and lasting friendships. Mike Singletary and Chris Berman were eloquent on this point on Monday Night Football this week, reminding us that clichs about how someone "was a better person than he was a player" usually well up from deep reserves of true feeling and long histories of rewarding experience. ORGAN DONATION

6. Walter Payton - Walter Payton Biography
Outlines his list of accomplishments, career statistics and awards received.
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    Walter Payton - Sweetness to the End By James Alder , About.com Guide
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    Running back Walter Payton #34 of the Chicago Bears looks on during a game in 1984. Rick Stewart/Getty Images zSB(3,3) He was called Sweetness, but to defenders Walter Payton was anything but. He was an unstoppable force running with the ball, he had great hands as a receiver out of the backfield, and he could throw a devastating block that would knock defenders out of their socks. He also seemed to have a sixth sense for picking up the blitz. Walter Payton was the type of blocker that could lay out a defender coming through a hole in the line just like a linebacker mowing down a running back. Walter's biggest assets on the field were his leg strength and incredible balance. He could run over a would-be tackler with the force of a freight train. Or he might simply hit a defender hard enough to bounce off, and around him. He also had a straight arm that could take a defender off his feet and send him sliding across the turf on his face mask. Walter always played the game with the attitude that if he was going to get hit at the end of the play, he was going to dish out a little punishment of his own; something to make the defender remember him the next time they met. Seldom did Walter finish a play by running out of bounds. He was always looking for that extra yard, and that ever-so-slight advantage over his opponent.

    7. Payton, Walter Definition Of Payton, Walter In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
    Payton, Walter (Jerry) (born July 25, 1954, Columbia, Miss., U.S.—died Nov. 1, 1999, Barrington, Ill.) U.S. football player. He played football at Jackson State University and
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    8. Payton, Walter 1976 Rookie RC Football Checklist
    Bears RB Walter Payton List of 1976 Topps RC Rookie Football Cards
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    9. CNN/SI - NFL Football - Cancer Claims NFL Legend Walter Payton - Tuesday Novembe
    Overview of the life, career, and death of one of football s greatest athletes. A statement from his son, Jarrett Payton, is include with this obituary.
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    Posted: Tuesday November 02, 1999 05:08 PM Walter Payton was inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame in 1993. AP CHICAGO (AP) Walter Payton, the NFL's greatest rusher whose aggressive style masked a playful temperament that earned him the nickname "Sweetness," died Monday at age 45. Payton died of bile duct cancer that was discovered during his treatment earlier this year for primary sclerosing cholangitis, a rare liver disease. Payton rushed for 16,726 yards in his 13-year career, one of sport's most awesome records. And Barry Sanders ensured it would be one of the most enduring, retiring in July despite being just 1,458 yards shy of breaking Payton's mark. "I want to set the record so high that the next person who tries for it, it's going to bust his heart," Payton once said.

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    Sex Male. Born Columbia, Mississippi, United States 25 July 1954 Died
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    Payton, Walter
    Sex: Male Born: Columbia, Mississippi, United States 25 July 1954 Died: South Barrington, Illinois, United States 1 November 1999 Activity/Profession: Football Player
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      Source: Encyclopedia of African American History, 1896 to the Present: From the Age of Segregation to the Twenty-first Century Word Count: Includes: Bibliography (b. 25 July 1954; d. 1 November 1999), Chicago Bears running back, Hall of Fame football player, and Super Bowl champion. Considered by many to be the greatest running back, and arguably the best all-around player, in the history of the National Football League (NFL), Walter Payton was born in Columbia, Mississippi, in what had been in the early part of the twentieth century a logging boom town. By the time Payton was born, however, the Pearl River, upon which the logging industry depended for shipping, had silted up, and prosperity and jobs left with the barges that could no longer ply the waterway. Payton's parents, Edward and Alyne, had three children, of whom Walter was the youngest. The eldest, Eddie, was also an athlete; he followed his brother into the NFL three years after Walter was recruited by the ...

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    14. Payton, Walter Quote - I Want To Be Remembered As The Guy Who Gave His All Whene
    Famous quote by Payton, Walter I want to be remembered as the guy who gave his all whenever he was on the field. on Quotations Book
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    15. The Walter And Connie Payton Foundation
    Official site of the Walter Payton Foundation and Walter Payton s Alliance for the Children. A biography, chat room, and memorabilia can also be found here.
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    17. Walter Payton - Sweetness In Action
    Provides stories, multimedia, and features on the football great who often left defenders in his wake during his 13-year career. Follows his life, football career, retirement, and struggle with disease.
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    18. Payton, Walter (1954—) Summary | BookRags.com
    Payton, Walter (1954—). Payton, Walter (1954—) summary with 2 pages of encyclopedia entries, research information, and more.
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    20. CNN/SI - NFL Football - Walter Payton Tribute: Remembering 'Sweetness' - Sunday
    Memorial presented in honor of Walter Payton after his tragic death. Contains multimedia, photos, news articles, and features covered in Sports Illustrated.
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  • Doctors: Cancer made liver transplant impossible He was never big enough, never mean enough, never fast enough, never elusive enough. But for all his never, Walter Payton was always more than enough for any defense that tried to stop him. Drawing from a depth that seemed eternal, powered by an engine of endless energy and durability, he simply refused to be stopped. It figures that it would take the rarest of diseases, angry and unpronounceable (primary sclerosing cholangitis combined with bile duct cancer), to finally bring him down for good.
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