Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 10 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
|Centers was a member of the 2003-04 Patriots team that won the Super Bowl. Did he play in it?||Larry Centers
No. Centers retired shortly before the 2004-05 season.
|Another versatile running back/receiver was Keith Byars, who played in the NFL from 1986-1998. How many more receptions did Centers have than Byars?||Larry Centers
216. Byars retired with 610 career receptions. Other versatile running backs included Marshall Faulk and Marcus Allen.
|In 1998, Centers was a member of the Cardinals team that went to the playoffs. Was this his first trip to the postseason?||Larry Centers
Yes. Centers also went to the postseason in 1999 with the Redskins, and 2003 with the Patriots.
|Centers had the distinction of earning the record for receptions by a running back during a single season. In what year did he have this distinction?||Larry Centers
1995. Centers had 101 receptions in 1995, good for ninth overall in the NFL. The next season, he had 99 receptions, the fourth most in the league. In 1995 and 1996, he was a member of the Cardinals.
42. Centers have 28 receiving touchdowns and 14 rushing TDs.
3. Centers was on the 1995 and 1996 NFC teams as a representative of the Cardinals, and the 2001 AFC team as a member of the Bills.
|Larry Centers retired from the NFL with the record for most receptions by a running back. How many did he have?||Larry Centers
826. The 826 of Larry Centers exceeds that of wide receivers Steve Largent, Michael Irvin, and Andre Rison.
Stephen F. Austin St.. Centers was drafted in the fifth round in 1990 by the Cardinals. Stephen F. Austin State is also the college of NFL linebacker Jeremiah Trotter, Colorado governor Bill Owens, and musician Don Henley. During his 14-year NFL career, Larry Centers played for the Cardinals (1990-1998), Redskins (1999-2000), Bills (2001-2002), and Patriots (2003).