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American former football running back, broadcaster, actor, advertising spokesman, and convicted felon. Wikipedia

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  • Billy Cannon

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  • Joe Greene

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  • Carson Palmer

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  • Doug Flutie

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  • Following the AFL–NFL merger, the Bills were generally mediocre in the 1970s, but featured All-Pro running back O. J. Simpson.Buffalo Bills-Wikipedia
  • USC running back O. J. Simpson received the most total first place votes, in 1968, with 855, at a time when there were more total voters.Heisman Trophy-Wikipedia
  • Number 32 had been withdrawn from circulation, but not retired, after O. J. Simpson.Buffalo Bills-Wikipedia
  • Thomas's big offseason acquisition was running back O. J. Simpson from the Buffalo Bills.San Francisco 49ers-Wikipedia
  • Piper pursued in his white Ford Bronco, the aerial footage shown was actually that of the O. J. Simpson "low-speed" chase from two years prior.Roddy Piper-Wikipedia
  • If I Did It was a book written by O. J. Simpson about his alleged murder of Nicole Simpson, which was planned as a HarperCollins title, and which attracted considerable controversy and a legal battle over publication.HarperCollins-Wikipedia

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