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  1. Beckett Football Card Magazine Oct 1990 (Front cover featuring Don Majkowski, Vol. 2, No. 6 Issue #7)
  2. Beckett Football Card Magazine Feb 1991 (Front cover featuring Randall Cunningham, Vol. 3, No. 2 Issue #11)
  3. Great Pro Running Backs by Jim Dufresne, 1984
  4. Never Die Easy: An entry from Gale's <i>American Decades: Primary Sources</i>
  5. Sports Illustrated - 1984 College & Pro Football Special: Bernie Kosar & Dan Marino Cover, Walter Payton, Bo Jackson, and Much More! (Volume 61 Number 12)
  6. Walter Payton (Scu-2, Sports Closeups) by Jane Mersky Leder, Howard Schroeder, 1986-10
  7. Walter Payton by Souchery, 1980-03
  8. Walter Payton
  9. Membre Du Pro Football Hall of Fame: John Elway, O. J. Simpson, Jim Thorpe, Joe Montana, Walter Payton, Vince Lombardi, Arthur Rooney (French Edition)
  10. National Football League Players With Retired Numbers: Johnny Unitas, Warren Moon, Dan Marino, Lawrence Taylor, Joe Montana, Walter Payton
  11. Sweetness: A Celebration Of Walter Payton's 13 Seasons with the Chicago Bears by Bill McGrane, 1988
  12. Beckett Football Card Monthly March 1998 John Elway/Denver Broncos on Cover, Terrell Davis/Denver Broncos (on back cover), Walter Payton/Chicago Bears
  13. Beckett Football Card Monthly January 2000 Peyton Manning/Indianapolis Colts on Cover, John Elway/Denver Broncos (on back cover), Walter Payton/Chicago Bears Checklist

41. Walter Payton (American Football Player) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
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  • Article Related Articles Supplemental Information ARTICLE from the Walter Payton in full Walter Jerry Payton , byname Sweetness gridiron football National Football League (NFL), a title he held until 2002 when he was surpassed by Emmitt Smith Chicago Bears . Payton played his entire career (12 seasons) with the Bears, filling the position of halfback for most of that time. He set NFL records for total career rushing yardage (16,726 yards), most combined career yards gained (rushing and pass receiving, 21,803 yards), most seasons with 1,000 or more yards rushing (10), most yards gained in a single game (275 yards), most games with 100 or more yards gained in a career (77), and most career touchdowns earned by rushing (110).

42. Walter Jerry Payton — FactMonster.com
Encyclopedia Payton, Walter Jerry. Payton, Walter Jerry, 1954 – 99, American football player, b. Columbia, Miss. He played at Jackson State College (now Jackson State Univ
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43. Walter Payton
Walter Payton, NFL Hall of Fame football player, was born in Columbia, Mississippi, the son of Peter Payton, a factory worker, and Alyne Payton. Walter, or Spider Man as he
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Walter Payton, NFL Hall of Fame football player, was born in Columbia, Mississippi, the son of Peter Payton, a factory worker, and Alyne Payton. Walter, or "Spider Man" as he called himself as a boy growing up, was active in Boy Scouts, the church choir, camping with friends, and playing drums in the band before e he finally turned to football his junior year in high school at the all-black Jefferson High School. Already bigger and stronger than most of his teammates, Walter was an instant starter. Midway through his junior year at Jefferson, the all-white Columbia High School was order to integrate, and Payton and some of his teammates transferred there. They were upset, however, when a white coach, by the name of Tommy Davis, was hired for the Columbia job of head football coach instead of their Jefferson coach, Charles Boston. Already socially conscious at the age of sixteen, Payton boycotted spring practice that year to express his dissatisfaction, but soon recognized that the decision would not change, he joined the team for the start of his senior season. Payton led his team to an 8-2 record that year and was named All State, but was not heavily recruited because of the two years that he only played of high school football. He attended nearby Jackson State University, where he joined a team of soon to be future NFL players and Pro Bowlers, like Jerome Barkham, Vernon Perry, Ricky Young, and many more. At Jackson State, Payton rushed for a combined 3,563 yards, with 6.1 yards per rushing attempt, and became the NCAAs all-time leading rusher with 65 touchdowns. He majored in communications and graduated in 1975.

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46. Payton, Walter Payton College Preparatory High School | CPSalumni.org
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47. Facts About Payton, Walter, As Discussed In Britannica Compton's Encyclopedia Pa
Facts about Payton, Walter, (1954–99). On Oct. 7, 1984, Chicago Bears running back Walter Payton broke Jim Brown's National Football League (NFL) record for the most yards gained
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    (1954–99). On Oct. 7, 1984, Chicago Bears running back Walter Payton broke Jim Brown's National Football League (NFL) record for the most yards gained in a career. Before his retirement, at the end of the 1987 season, Payton gained 16,726 yards, bettering the previous record by more than 4,400 yards. Besides being football's all-time leading rusher, Payton was a capable blocker, pass... Get Random Facts

48. Walter Payton Biography
Biography of NFL great Walter Payton Biography of Walter Payton. Walter Jerry Payton was born on July 25, 1954 in Columbia, Mississippi to Peter and Alyne Payton.
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Walter Jerry Payton was born on July 25, 1954 in Columbia, Mississippi to Peter and Alyne Payton. As a child, Walter spent a lot of time outdoors and playing sports with his siblings Eddie and Pam Payton. He attended John Jefferson High School and later Columbia High School, where he played football for three years. After graduation, Walter decided to follow in the footsteps of his older brother Eddie and enrolled at Jackson State University in Jackson, Mississipi. He majored in communication and excelled on the football field as a running back, finishing fourth in voting for the Heisman Trophy in 1974. He completed his NCAA career with 3,563 yards and 65 touchdowns.
With the fourth overall pick in the 1975 NFL entry draft, the Chicago Bears selected Walter Payton. After getting off to a slow start, Walter finished his rookie season rushing for 679 yards and scoring 7 touchdowns while playing in 13 games. Nicknamed " Sweetness " for his humility; he stood at 5' 10" and 200 pounds and was a powerful runner with deceptive quickness. His second season saw him double his rookie numbers by rushing for 1,390 yards and scoring 13 touchdowns. That was also the year of his first of nine Pro-Bown appearances. Walter's on field toughness was best shown in a game against the Minnesota Vikings on November 20, 1977. While sick with the flu, Walter Payton rushed for 275 yards on 40 carries - a record that was only broken by Corey Dillon of the Cincinnati Bengals in 2001. He was the NFL's Player of the Year and its Most Valuable Player in 1977 finishing the year with 1852 yards and 14 rushing touchdowns.

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