In just two months, Curtis Martin will be enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. And before he makes that trip to Canton, we’ll talk to the legendary running back at the Jets Partner Summit on Thursday, June 7, and Jets Nation can tune in live to our exclusive show at 8:30 a.m.
“Curtis Martin: Countdown to Canton” will also be archived and available for view throughout the weekend and beyond if you can’t join us live.
Martin, who is the fourth-leading rusher in NFL history with 14,101 yards, rushed for at least 1,000 yards in each of his first 10 seasons. That feat equaled an NFL record set by Barry Sanders for most 1,000-yard seasons to start a career.
On Aug. 4, Martin will become the 29th modern-era RB to join the Hall. Always a fan favorite, the humble Martin set a number of franchise records, including most rushing yards (10,302), most yards from scrimmage (12,741), most 1,000-yard rush seasons (7), most rush TDs (58) and most receptions by a RB (367).
If you have a question or comment for Curtis, please write us now on Facebook.com/Jets, on twitter @nyjets or right here with a comment to the Radar on newyorkjets.com. We will get to a couple of the questions during our visit. So remember to tune in to “Curtis Martin: Countdown to Canton” on Thursday at 8:30 a.m. or catch the archived show here on the site.
Tags: Barry Sanders, Curtis Martin, Pro Football Hall of Fame
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