NFL running back who played with the Green Bay Packers from 1967-1970 and with the Los Angeles Rams during the team's 1971-1972 season. During his rookie year with the former team, he broke several NFL records.
Before going pro, he played for both Contra Costa College and Arizona State University. Out of college, he was the ninety-third pick in the fourth round of the 1967 NFL draft.
A knee injury forced him to retire from professional football much earlier than he had wanted to. Sadly, he died in his forties from a combination of alcoholism and heart problems.
Born in El Dorado, Arkansas, he later attended Harry Ells High School in Riverside, California.
He and cornerback Herb Adderley both played for the Green Bay Packers.