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  1. Never Die Easy: The Autobiography of Walter Payton by Walter Payton, Don Yaeger, 2001-09-11
  2. Payton by Connie Payton, Jarrett Payton, et all 2005-11-01
  3. Sweetness: The Courage and Heart of Walter Payton by Tom Fantle, Tom Johnson, et all 1999-11
  4. Walter Payton: The Running Machine by Dick Conrad, 1981-09
  5. Walter Payton: Record-Breaking Runner (Sports Stars) by R. Conrad Stein, 1987-10
  6. Walter Payton (Super Bears) by Paul J. Deegan, 1986-09
  7. Chicago Bears: Yesterday & Today by Jeff Davis, Foreword by Gary Fencik, 2009-07-20
  8. Payton, Walter (1954): An entry from SJP's <i>St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture</i> by Geoff Peterson, 2000
  9. Walter Payton: An entry from Gale's <i>Notable Sports Figures</i> by Don Amerman, 2004
  10. Sports Illustrated - September 24, 1984 Issue: Dwight Gooden, Rick Sutcliffe, Walter Payton, and More! (Volume 61 Number 15)
  11. Walter Payton: Record-Breaking Runner; Sports Stars: Sports Stars (Sports Stars (Children's Press Paper)) by R. Conrad Stein, Conrad R. Stein, 1987-10
  12. Sports Illustrated - October 15, 1984 Issue: Walter Payton Cover, Mario Lemieux, Wayne Gretzky, and More! (Volume 61 Number 18)
  13. Trophée de Football Américain: National Football League Most Valuable Player Award, Maxwell Award, Walter Payton Man of the Year Award (French Edition)
  14. Football's fantastic four: Payton, Jones, Haden, Dorsett by Bill Gutman, 1978

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Payton, Walter Jerry, 1954–99, American football player, b. Columbia, Miss. He played at Jackson State College (now Jackson State Univ.) in Mississippi before being drafted as a, Walter Jerry

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Walter Payton Memorial Fantasy Football League Twelve team, pay-to-play keeper league, playing since 1996. Features a thirteen week regular season and three week playoff culminating with the Dickey Bowl.
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US American footballer. As a running back for the Chicago Bears between 1975 and 1987, he established an alltime National Football League (NFL) career record of 16,726 yards, Walter Jerry

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US football player running back for Chicago Bears 19751988 NFL MVP 1977, 1985 set single-game NFL rushing record of 275 yards in game against Minnesota Vikings 1977 set NFL

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"Never die easy. Why run out of bounds and die easy? Make that linebacker pay. It carries into all facets of your life. It's okay to lose, to die, but don't die without trying, without giving it your best." His legacy is towering. Walter Payton—the man they called Sweetness, for the way he ran—remains the most prolific running back in the history of the National Football League, the star of the Chicago Bears' only Super Bowl Championship, eleven times voted the most popular sports figure in Chicago's history. Off the field, he was a devoted father whose charitable foundation benefited tens of thousands of children each year, and who—faced with terminal liver disease—refused to use his celebrity to gain a preferential position for organ donation. Walter Payton was not just a football hero; he was America's hero.

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NFL Statistics Other Resources Probably the greatest all-around running back in football history, Payton retired with NFL career records for most rushing yards, most passes caught by a running back, and most all-purpose yards. During his 13 seasons with the Chicago Bears, he was also the team's emergency punter, emergency place-kicker, and emergency quarterback. Payton was named to the Division II All-American team at Jackson State in 1974. In four years as a starter, he set a division record by scoring 464 points on 66 touchdowns, five field goals and 53 extra points. Payton was a first-round draft choice of the Bears in 1975. The solid, 5-foot-10, 203-pounder was used sparingly as a rookie, rushing for only 679 yards. In 1976, Payton became a full-time starter and he proceeded to lead the National Football Conference in rushing five years in a row, gaining 1,390 yards in 1976, 1,852 in 1977, 1,395 in 1978, 1,610 in 1978, and 1,460 in 1979. Called "Sweetness" by his teammates because of his disposition, Payton was consensus player of the year in 1977 and The Sporting News National Football Conference player of the year in 1976. He won the Bert Bell Trophy as the league's most valuable player in 1985, when the Bears were NFC champions.

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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.

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    • AFC Teams Bengals Bills Broncos Browns ... Titans Official NFL Sites NFL Kids Under the Helmet NFL Shop ... NFL Network NFC Teams Bears Buccaneers Cardinals Cowboys ... Tradition It is a popular adage that there are only two certain things in life-death and taxes. But for the last decade or so in the National Football League, there has been another sure thing-as soon as he was eligible in 1993, Walter Payton was destined to be elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. That is exactly what happened in January, 1993. All that remains was the exclamation point on his spectacular career-enshrinement day on July 31, 1993, when Payton and four other members of the Class of 1993 received pro football's highest honor.
      In 13 seasons with the Chicago Bears from 1975 to 1987, Payton literally rewrote the NFL record book with his ball-carrying feats. He rushed 3,838 times for 16,726 yards and 110 touchdowns-all records. He also caught 492 passes for 4,538 yards and 15 more touchdowns. Altogether, he scored 125 touchdowns, second most ever, and he accounted for a record 21,803 combined net yards.
      Payton rushed for an all time high 275 yards against the Minnesota Vikings on November 20,1977. He rushed for more than 100 yards a stunning 77 times. He won the NFL kickoff return championship as a rookie. He even completed 11 out of 34 passes for 331 yards and eight touchdowns. No other running back has even remotely threatened Payton's overall production.

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    Walter Jerry Payton (July 25, 1954 – November 1, 1999) was an American football running back and is a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame and the College Football Hall of Fame. He is acclaimed as one of the best running backs ... Walter Payton Man of the Year Award - The Walter Payton Man of the Year award is given annually by the National Football League honoring a player's volunteer and charity work, as well as his excellence on the field. Each year, a winner is selected from 32 nominees from the 32 ... Walter Payton Award - The Walter Payton Award is awarded annually to the best offensive player in Division I-AA football. The honor was first given in 1987 to the outstanding player in Division I-AA, but in 1995, eligibility was restricted to offensive players. Jarrett Payton - Jarrett Walter Payton (born December 26, 1980 in Arlington Heights, Illinois) is an American football running back for the Tennessee Titans of the NFL.
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