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edge profile Running Back Indianapolis Colts

Edgerrin James


6-0, 214
Miami
7 years in the NFL
D1-99
DOB: 08/01/1978

 

Running Back

Years with the Colts: 1999,2000,2001,2002,2003, 2004, 2005

James currently plays running back for the Arizona Cardinals
Easily replaced by Joseph Addai

Arizona Cardinals

James signed a four-year, $30 million deal with the Cardinals on March 12, 2006. He is considered the Cardinals' most significant addition during the 2006 offseason and one of the Cardinals' most significant personnel acquisitions ever. However, as of week six of the 2006 season, James had generally not lived up to the large expectations for him. His best game came against the St. Louis Rams in which he rushed for 94 yards and one touchdown. He is also averaging a paltry 2.7 yards a rush.

With the Cardinals, James is filling the shoes of former running back Emmitt Smith, who played for the Cardinals for a short time at the end of his career, a likely Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee.

 


CAREER NOTES 

In 52 career games, James is 1,184-4,913, 31 TDs rushing, 210-1,727, 10 TDs rushing for 6,640 scrimmage yards - ranks 5th in Colts career rushing, 5th in attempts and 7th in rushing scores - has 41 touchdowns in 52 games and has as many 100+ rushing efforts (26, club record) as sub-100+ games (26) - Colts are 21-5 in his 100+ rushing games - produced 25 career 100+ rushing games in first 40 outings, the fastest pace to that plateau in NFL history - the second-fastest paces belong to RBs-Earl Campbell (41 games), Eric Dickerson (42), Jim Brown (47), Terrell Davis (51) and Walter Payton (54) - has 18 career 5+ reception games and has 7+ receptions in six contests - has scored rushing and receiving touchdowns in same game six times (Colts are 4-2) - has tallied at least 100 scrimmage yards in 39 of 52 games - has 15 career 150+ scrimmage yards games to rank 2nd in Colts history (16, Lenny Moore), while four career 200+ games are tied with Moore and RB-Marshall Faulk for most in club history - Colts are 11-4 in his 150+ scrimmage yards games - 6,640 scrimmage yards rank 7th in Colts history, while he (1,394) is one of 9 Colts with 1,000+ career "touches" (rushes/receptions) - has teamed with WR-Marvin Harrison to top the 100+-yard mark in respective category 15 times in 52 games together (29%) - the only more prolific 100/100+ duos in NFL history are RB-Emmitt Smith/WR-Michael Irvin, Dallas (20 times in 124 games together, 16%) and RB-Barry Sanders/WR-Herman Moore, Detroit (16 times in 106 games together, 15%) - in the other 698 games in Colts history, the feat has been accomplished only 20 times - has recorded 25+ rushes in 22 games and Colts are 16-6 - has tallied 30+ touches in 20 games and Colts are 14-6 - has 107 career 10+-yard rushes, 54 15+-yard rushes, 26 20+-yard rushes and has long runs exceeding 10+ yards in 47 of 52 games - the only games he failed to produce a 10+-yard rush were 10/24/99 vs. Cincinnati, 9/30/01 at New England, at Jacksonville 9/8/02, at Cleveland 12/15/02 and vs. NYG 12/22/02 - of NFL's top 10 career rushers (Payton, Smith, Sanders, Dickerson, Tony Dorsett, Brown, Marcus Allen, Franco Harris, Thurman Thomas, John Riggins), only Dickerson (1,465), Dorsett (1,339), Smith (1,262) and Sanders (1,189) had more rushes than James (1,184) over first four career seasons - 26 100+ games eclipsed Dickerson's prior club record (24) - 41 touchdowns rank T9th in Colts history - 1,184 rushes rank behind Lydell Mitchell (1,391), Marshall Faulk (1,389), Dickerson (1,258) and Tom Matte (1,202) in club history - 4,913 yards rank behind Mitchell (5,487), Faulk (5,320), Dickerson (5,194) and Moore (5,174)&ldots;1,394 "touches" rank behind Mitchell (1,689), Faulk (1,686), Matte (1,451), Moore (1,432) and Dickerson (1,396) - 6,640 scrimmage yards rank behind Moore (11,213), Raymond Berry (9,275), Harrison (8,825), Faulk (8,124), Mitchell (8,010) and Matte (7,515) - became 19th Colt with 200+ career receptions and his total (210) ranks 7th among Colts RBs (363, Moore; 333, Don McCauley; 298, Mitchell; 297, Faulk; 249, Matte; 226, Albert Bentley) - 47-game reception streak ended 12/1/02 vs. Houston, the second-longest streak by a Colts RB (77, Faulk), and it was 5th-longest in club history (108, Harrison-current; 77, Faulk; 62, Jessie Hester; 58, Jimmy Orr) - 39 100+ scrimmage yards games rank 3rd in Colts history (47, Moore; 42, Mitchell) - has 100+ scrimmage yards in 36 of last 46 games - has 60+ receptions in three of four career seasons (63, 2000; 62, 1999; 61, 2002), 8th-most in club history, 3rd-most by Colts RB (4, Mitchell; 4, Faulk). 1999-2000 highlights: Totaled 756-3,262, 26 TDs rushing and 125-1,180, 9 TDs receiving in first two seasons - won NFL rushing titles in each of first two seasons - became only 18th RB in NFL history to begin career with consecutive 1000+ seasons (1,709, 2000; 1,553, 1999) - joined Dickerson (1987-89), Mitchell (1975-77) and Faulk (1994-95, 97-98) as only RBs in club history to post consecutive 1,000+ seasons - became only player in NFL history to post consecutive 1,500+ rushing yards and 500+ receiving yards seasons - only six players in NFL history have achieved the feat once (Allen, LA Raiders, 1985; James Wilder, Tampa Bay, 1984; William Andrews, Atlanta, 1983; Garrison Hearst, San Francisco, 1998; Roger Craig, San Francisco, 1988; Herschel Walker, Dallas, 1988) - James (4,442) joined Dickerson (4,456) as only RBs in NFL history to post 4000+ yds/scrim. in first two seasons - reached 2,500 rushing yards in 25 games, tying Jim Brown (Cleveland) as 2nd-fastest player in NFL history to reach 2,500 yards (23 games, Dickerson) - James (3,262) ranked 2nd among NFL rushing leaders through first two seasons (3,913, Dickerson) - holds top two single-season club marks for 100+ rushing games (10, 1999; 9, 2000) - is only Colt with 4 cons. 150+ yds/scrim. games - totaled 35 TDs in first two seasons, the most TDs in first two career seasons in NFL history and most in any two-year span in club history - had 31 TDs after 26 games, tying Chicago's Gale Sayers for most TDs in first 26 games of career in NFL history - posted 110 points in 2000 after scoring 102 in 1999, becoming first Colts' non-kicker to score 100+ points in multiple seasons - became 11th Colts player to produce 20+ career rushing scores. 2002: Returned from reconstructive knee surgery and battled two ankle injuries, a rib cartilage injury and a hamstring injury to start 14 games and rush 277-989, 2 TDs, while being 61-354, 1 TD receiving for 1,343 scrimmage yards - missed starts 11/3 vs. Tennessee and 11/10 at Philadelphia due to hamstring injury and played at less than full strength for rest of season - was 26-99 rushing at Jacksonville 9/8 - had produced 100+ outings in every season opener prior to 2002 - was 30-138 rushing/8-82 receiving vs. Miami 9/15 for 25th 100+ career game, breaking Dickerson's club record (it was 25th 100+ game in 40 career outings, the most in that span in NFL history) - was 25-88 rushing/4-29 receiving at Houston 9/22 and was 22-60 rushing vs. Cincinnati 10/6 - was 17-43 rushing vs. Baltimore 10/13 and 20-62 rushing/11-83 receiving at Pittsburgh 10/21 - reception total at Pittsburgh marked career-high - was 14-33 rushing/5-14 receiving at Washington 10/27 - totaled 24-106 vs. Dallas 11/17 and 26-84 rushing/6-31 receiving at Denver 11/24 - was 20-65 vs. Houston 12/1, 18-70 at Tennessee 12/8 - was 10-42 rushing/3-20 receiving at Cleveland 12/15 and 15-86 rushing/4-33 receiving vs. Jacksonville 12/29. POST-SEASON: Started at RB 1/4/03 at NYJ - was 9-14 rushing/2-9 receiving. CAREER NOTES: 2001: Was 151-662, 3 TDs rushing and 24-193 receiving for 855 scrimmage yards in starting first six games before knee injury at Kansas City 10/25 ended season - was inactive for three games before spending final seven games on injured reserve - injury ended string of 38 consecutive starts - totaled five 100+ rushing games in six appearances - was 28-135, 2 TDs rushing at NYJ 9/9 and 23-111, 1 TD vs. Buffalo 9/23 to set club record for five consecutive games with 100+ rushing yards (he topped 100+ yards in final three games of 2000 season) - the five-game streak broke the previous club record of four he shared with Dickerson (Dickerson, G8-11, 1987; James, G7-10, 1999) - was 17-55 at New England 9/30 to snap five-game 100+ streak&ldots;was 26-116/6-51 receiving vs. Oakland 10/14 - was 30-143/4-34 vs. New England 10/21 -  - was 27-102 at Kansas City 10/25, his 24th 100+ game, prior to fourth-quarter injury. 2000: Exceeded where he left off in 1999 by totaling 387-1,709, 13 TDs rushing and 63-594, 5 TDs receiving - 1,709 rushing yards set franchise record, surpassing Dickerson's 1,659 yards in 1988 - became only 11th NFL player to win consecutive rushing titles and only third Colt to win a rushing title (Alan Ameche, 1955; Dickerson, 1988; James, 1999) - became only 5th NFL player to win rushing title in each of first two seasons (Dickerson, LA Rams, 1983-84; Earl Campbell, Houston, 1978-79; Jim Brown, Cleveland, 1957-58; Bill Paschal, NY Giants, 1943-44) - totaled franchise seasonal record and NFL-best 2,303 total yards, then joining Walter Payton (3 cons.), Dickerson (2), Thurman Thomas (2), Terrell Davis (2), and Faulk (2) as only NFL players with consecutive 2,000 yards from scrimmage seasons - ranked 1st in NFL rushing yards, 1st in NFL total yards, 1st in NFL "touches", 2nd in NFL attempts, T3rd in AFC rushing TDs, T4th in NFL, 1st in AFC scoring (non-kickers), 2nd in NFL - posted 9 100+ rushing games - 18 total TDs ranked as 2nd-highest seasonal total in club history (20, Moore, 1964) - produced only 7th 300+ att. season in club history (388, Dickerson, 1988; 369, James, 1999; 324, Faulk, 1998; 314, Dickerson, 1989; 314, Faulk, 1994; 301, Mitchell, 1977) - had rushing TDs in 9 different games for second consecutive season, ranking T2nd seasonal-best in Colts history (12, Moore, 1964; 9, Mitchell, 1975; 9, Dickerson, 1988; 9, James, 1999) - produced then the 35th 2,000+ yds/scrim. season in NFL history, the fourth by a Colts player (2,227, Faulk, 1998; 2,139, James, 1999; 2,036, Dickerson, 1988) - James (18) and Harrison (14) formed only 5th 10+ TD seasonal tandem in Colts history (17, James/12, Harrison, 1999; 13, Moore/10, Berry, 1960; 15, Mitchell/11, McCauley, 1975; 11, Carr/11, McCauley, 1976) - 13 rushing TDs stand as 3rd-best seasonal total in Colts history (16, Moore, 1964; 14, Dickerson, 1988) - James (110) produced then the 16th 100+-point season in Colts history - 450 "touches" ranked 1st in Colts history (424, Dickerson, 1988) and 1st in NFL for second consecutive season - had eight 30+ "touches" games in 2000 - had club seasonal record 15 100+ yds/scrim. games in 2000 - had club seasonal record 144.0 yds/scrim. avg. and he owns two of only three 130+ seasonal yds/scrim. avg. in Colts history (139.19, Faulk, 1998; 133.69, James, 1999) - had 12 cons. 100+ yds/scrim. games in 2000, 2nd-longest streak in Colts history (16, Mitchell, 1975-76) - set club seasonal record with 7 150+ yds/scrim. games, surpassing Faulk (6, 1998) - accounted for 37.5% of Colts' net yards (2,303-6,141) - led or tied for game-high receptions in five different games - recorded seven 60+-yard quarters - James (18) and Harrison (14) combined for more TDs (32) than 13 NFL teams in 2000 - James (2,303) and Harrison (1,413) combined for 3,716 yards (232.2. ypg) in 2000, ranking 4th among NFL's tandems for most seasonal yards from scrimmage - set franchise record for rushing yards at Seattle 10/15 with 38-219, 3 TDs and earned AFC Offensive Player-of-the-Week honors - had career-best 38 attempts, the 2nd-most attempts in club history (40, Mitchell, at NYJ, 10/20/74) - 228 yds/scrim. at Seattle marked 4th-highest in club history (267, Faulk at Baltimore, 11/29/98; 240, Anthony Johnson vs. New England, 11/15/92; 229, Dickerson vs. Tampa Bay, 12/27/87) - became only player in franchise history to top 200 yards rushing - RB-Norm Bulaich owned previous high with 198 yards vs. NYJ 9/19/71 - was 20-124, 1 TD rushing/2-5, 1 TD receiving vs. New England 10/22 - was 18-91, 1 TD rushing/6-36, 1 TD receiving vs. Oakland 9/10 - was 31-139, 1 TD rushing vs. Detroit 10/29, his 3rd cons. 100+ rushing game - 139 yards marked then his 3rd-highest career total (219, at Seattle, 10/15/00; 152, at Philadelphia, 11/21/99) - was 10-89, 1 TD rushing in 4th qtr. vs. Detroit, 2nd-highest career total in a qtr. (117, at Philadelphia, 11/21/99, 1st qtr.) - eclipsed 1,000 rushing yards with 31-131, 1 TD vs. NYJ 11/12, becoming first Colt since McCauley (1977, G1-5) to score TD in five cons. games - was 17-71 rushing/7-66 receiving at Green Bay 11/19 - seven receptions tied then career-high (vs. Dallas, 10/31/99; vs. Kansas City, 11/7/99; vs. NYJ, 11/28/99) - was 26-118 rushing/5-37 receiving for 155 yds/scrim. vs. Miami 11/26 - was 27-111, 3 TDs rushing/3-21 receiving vs. Buffalo 12/11 and 32-112 rushing/5-31 receiving at Miami 12/17 - play vs. Buffalo earned him AFC Offensive Player-of-the-Week honors - totaled 26-128 rushing/5-79, 1 TD (52t) receiving vs. Minnesota 12/24 for 203 yds/scrim - was tabbed AFC Offensive Player of-the-Month for October. 1999: Produced one of finest seasons in NFL history by rookie RB with 369-1,553, 13 TDs rushing and 62-586, 4 TDs receiving for 2,139 yards from scrimmage - became 13th rookie to win NFL rushing title - joined Dickerson (1983, LA Rams, 1,808 yards), George Rogers (1981, New Orleans, 1,674), Earl Campbell (1978, Houston, 1,450), Jim Brown (1957, Cleveland, 942), Alan Ameche (1955, Colts, 961), Bill Paschal (1943, NY Giants, 572), Bill Dudley (1942, Pittsburgh, 696), Bill Osmanski (1939, Chicago, 699), Byron "Whizzer" White (1938, Pittsburgh, 567), "Tuffy" Leemans (1936, NY Giants, 830), Beattie Feathers (1934, Chicago Bears, 1,004), Cliff Battles (1932, Boston, 576) as rookie rushing champions - ranked 1st in NFL rushing attempts, 1st in NFL yards, T1st in AFC rushing TDs, T2nd in NFL, 1st in AFC total TDs, T1st in NFL, 1st in AFC yards from scrimmage, 2nd in NFL - set Colts seasonal and NFL rookie records with 10 100+ rushing games - prior NFL rookie record was nine (Ottis Anderson, St. Louis, 1979; Rogers, New Orleans; Dickerson, LA Rams; Curtis Martin, New England, 1995)&ldots;topped all NFL RBs with 10 100+ rushing games - James (G7-10) tied then the club record with 4 cons. 100+ games (Dickerson, G8-11, 1987) - 369 rushing atts. ranked 3rd-most in NFL history for rookies (390, Dickerson, Rams, 1983; 378, Rogers, N.O., 1981) - 369 atts. rank as highest rookie total in club history (314, Faulk, 1994) - 97.1 rushing yds/game avg. ranked 5th-best in NFL history for NFL rookies (113.0, Dickerson, Rams, 1983; 104.6, Rogers, N.O., 1981; 100.3, Anderson, St.L., 1979; 98.0, Barry Sanders, Det., 1989) - had rushing TDs in 8 different games, tying Ameche (1955) and Dickey (1980) for the best by Colts rookie - had 7 60+-yard rushing quarters and 2 100+ halves (128-19 at Phil., 1st; 104-11, at Mia., 1st) - 2,139 yds/scrim. ranked 2nd-best in NFL history by a rookie (2,212, Dickerson, Rams, 1983) - notched only 5th 1,000+ yds/scrim. season by Colts rookie&ldots;accounted for 37.4% of Colts' net yards (2,139-5,726) - James (17) set highest seasonal TDs by Colts rookie (13, Dickey, 1980, 12, Faulk, 1994) and tied 3rd-best rookie total in NFL history (22, RB-Gale Sayers, Chicago, 1965; 20, Dickerson, LA Rams, 1983; 17, WR-Randy Moss, Minnesota, 1998; 17, RB-Fred Taylor, Jacksonville, 1998) - James (102) was 11 points shy of breaking club seasonal record for scoring by a rookie (112, K-Raul Allegre, 1983) - 431 "touches" (369 rushes/ 62 rec.) ranked behind Dickerson's 441 for 2nd-most in NFL history by a rookie - broke club's rookie record (366, Faulk, 1994) - 34 touches vs. Dallas 10/31 set Colts rookie record (33, RB-Rodney Culver at NE, 12/6/92), while he had 33 touches at New England 9/19 - posted 31 touches vs. NYJ 11/28 and at Cleveland 12/26 for 4 of top 5 "touch" games in club history by a rookie - had 6 of 9 30+ "touch" games among Colts rookies - had 133.69 yds/scrim. avg., only 2nd 130+ such avg. among NFL rookies (138.25, Dickerson, Rams, 1983) - owns 3 of top 5 rookie yds/scrim. games in Colts history (213, Faulk vs. Wash., 10/23/94; 212, Moore vs. GB, 10/28/56; 209, James vs. Dal., 10/31/99; 199, James vs. KC, 11/7/99; 199, James at Phil., 11/21/99) - had 9 cons. 100+ yds/scrim. games - was 26-112, 1 TD rushing vs. Buffalo 9/12, posting 4th 100+ rookie rushing debut in Colts history (Ameche 9/25/55 vs. Chi., 21-194, 1 TD; McMillan 16-146 at NE 9/6/81; Faulk 23-143, 3 TDs vs. Hou. 9/4/94) - was 32-118, 1 TD rushing at New England 9/19 to join Ameche and Faulk as only Colts with cons. 100+ games to start a career (Ameche, 21-194, 1 TD vs. Chi. 9/25/55 and 21-153 vs. Det. 10/1/55; Faulk, 23-143, 3 TDs vs. Hou. 9/4/94 and 18-104 at TB 9/11/94)&ldots;became only 8th NFL RB to debut a career with cons. 100+ outings (Ameche, Colts: 21-194 vs. Chic. 9/25/55, 21-153 vs. Det. 10/1/55; Earl Campbell, Houston: 15-137 at Atl. 9/3/78; 22-111 at KC 9/10/78; William Andrews, Atlanta: 30-167 at NO 9/2/79, 24-121 at Phila. 9/10/79; Ottis Anderson, St. Louis: 21-193 vs. Dal. 9/2/79, 31-109 at NYG 9/9/79; Billy Sims, Detroit: 22-153 vs. LA 9/7/80, 20-134 vs. GB(M); Faulk, Colts: 22-143 vs. Hou. 9/4/94, 18-104 at TB 9/11/94; Charlie Garner, Philadelphia: 16-111 at SF 10/2/94, 28-122 vs. Wash. 10/9/94) - 32 rushes at New England set Colts rookie single-game record and marked first 30+ attempt game by a Colt since Dickerson at NE 12/6/92 - had 1t rushes vs. Buffalo and at New England, joining Ameche as only Colt rookie RBs to open a career with cons. games with TD rush (Ameche had rushing TDs in five straight games to start his career) - was 17-46 rushing at San Diego 9/26 - was 22-81 rushing vs. Miami 10/10 - was 26-111 rushing at NYJ 10/17 - was 26-52, 2 TDs rushing vs. Cincinnati 10/24 to produce 1st multiple TD rushing game of career&ldots;was 27-117, 1 TD rushing/7-92 rec. vs. Dallas for 209 yds/scrim., earning AFC Offensive Player-of-the-Week honors - became only 6th Colt with an 80+/80+-yard rushing/receiving game in club history (5, Faulk; 2, Mitchell, 1, Moore; 1, Matte, 1, Dickerson) - was 20-109 rushing/7-90, 1 TD rec. vs. Kansas City 11/7, snaring 1st career TD pass (30t) and producing 199 yds/scrim. (the 12th 80+/80+ game in Colts history) - James (twice) joined Faulk (twice) as only Colts rookies with 80+/80+ games - produced 200+ yds/scrim. game vs. Dallas, joining Faulk (213, 22-86 rushing/ 8-127, 1 TD rec. vs. Wash. 10/23/94) and Moore (212, 13-185, 2 TDs rushing/1-27 rec. vs. GB at Milw.) as only Colts rookies to do so&ldots;was 16-108 rushing/5-72 receiving at NYG 11/14 for 180 yds./scrim - was 22-152, 2 TDs rushing/5-47, 1 TD receiving, 199 yds/scrim. at Philadelphia 11/21 for 4th cons. 150+ game - 152 yards at Eagles ranked as 4th-best rookie effort in Colts history (194, Ameche vs. Chi., 9/25/55; 185, Moore vs. GB, 10/28/56; 153, Ameche vs. Det., 10/1/55) - earned AFC Offensive Player-of-the-Week honors for game at Eagles - 4 cons. games vs. Kansas City, Dallas, at Philadelphia and at NYJ produced 209, 199, 180 and 199 yds/scrim., the best 4-game total in Colts history - had 72-yard burst at NYG, the longest non-scoring run in club history, while it tied 5th-longest rush in club history and T4th-longest by a Colts rookie - was longest rush in Colts' Indy era (prior was 71t by RB-Albert Bentley at Raiders 12/21/86) - became 4th Colts rookie ever with 3 TDs in a game with effort at Eagles (3, HB-Billy Vessels vs. Rams 11/25/56; 3, Faulk vs. Hou. 9/4/94; 3, Harrison at KC 12/15/96)&ldots;surpassed 1,000+ rushing yards at Philadelphia, then the 37th 1,000+ rushing season by a NFL rookie, while he was youngest rookie ever to do so (James was 21 years, 2 months, 20 days, 18 days younger than RB-Barry Sanders, who had his 1st 1,000+ season in 1989 and hit that yardage mark at age 21 years, 4 months, 7 days) - James hit the 1,000+ mark on his 233rd att., the fastest rookie pace in club history (244, Faulk, 1994) - was 23-130, 2 TDs rushing at Miami 12/5 and was 20-101 rushing/2-8, 1 TD receiving vs. New England 12/11 for 9th 100+ rushing game - was 22-89, 1 TD rushing/4-59, 1 TD receiving vs. Washington 12/19 - was 28-103, 3 TDs rushing at Cleveland 12/26 - 3 rushing TDs tied Faulk's club rookie record (vs. Hou. 9/4/94) while it was one shy of club mark of Dickerson (4 vs. Den. 10/31/88) - was 18-50 rushing at Buffalo 1/2 - earned NFL Offensive Rookie-of-the-Month for September for three-game totals, the first Indianapolis Colts rookie to win the monthly honor - was named AFC Offensive Player-of-the-Month for November and NFL Offensive Rookie-of-the-Month for November, marking first time in league history one player won both honors and was first rookie to win a conference's Offensive Player-of-the-Month since the award was instituted in 1988.

HONORS

1999: Pro Bowl Starting Running Back - Associated Press, College and Pro Football Newsweekly, Football Digest, Pro Football Weekly, Sporting News and USA Today NFL All-Pro First-Team - Football News and Pro Football Weekly All-AFC Team - College and Pro Football Newsweekly, Football Digest, Football News and Pro Football Weekly NFL All-Rookie Team - Sporting News and Sports Illustrated NFL Rookie of the Year - Associated Press, College and Pro Football Newsweekly, Football Digest, Football News, Pro Football Weekly and USA Today NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year - UPI AFC Rookie of the Year - AFC Player-of-the-Month (November) - NFL Offensive Rookie-of-the-Month (September, November) - AFC Player-of-the-Week (10/31 vs. Dallas and 11/21 at Philadelphia) - NFL Alumni Running Back of the Year - All-Madden Team - Miller Lite Player-of-the Year Finalist - Third-most NFL Pro Bowl fan votes (103,802). 2000: Pro Bowl Starting Running Back - Sporting News NFL All-Pro First-Team - Associated Press, College and Pro Newsweekly and Football Digest All-NFL Second-Team - Pro Football Weekly and Football News All-AFC Team - All-Madden Team - Columbus Touchdown Club AFC Offensive Player of the Year - AFC Offensive Player-of-the-Month (October) - AFC Player-of-the-Week (10/15 at Seattle and 12/11 vs. Buffalo).

 COLLEGE

Two-year starter -  ranked second all-time on Miami's career rushing list - only player in school history to post consecutive 1,000+ rushing seasons - ranked second in school history with 497- 2,960 rushing despite starting only 17 games - 35 total touchdowns tied Miami record of FB-Steve McGuire (1989-92) - ranked first in school history with 14 100+ rushing games - had 12 multi-TD career games - started 11 games as junior - established school season records in yards and TDs with 242-1,416, 17 TDs, surpassing RB-Ottis Anderson (224-1,266, 14 TDs; 1978) - joined Anderson and RB-Danyell Ferguson as only Hurricanes to surpass 1,000 seasonal yards - led Miami backs in receiving with 17-255, 2 TDs - rushed for 17 touchdowns to shatter 60-year old school record set by RB-Eddie Dunn (14) in 1938 - 1,671 all-purpose yards ranked behind Anderson's 1,708 (1978) - scored 114 points, surpassing previous Miami seasonal record of 107 by K-Carlos Huerta in 1988 - became first Miami player to earn consecutive Big East Player-of-the-Week honors - earned Big East Player-of-the-Week honors after 31-162, 3 TDs rushing performance vs. West Virginia - broke own school and conference single-game rushing records vs. UCLA with 39-299, 3 TDs - 39 carries tied school record and broke league mark - concluded career with 20-156, 2 TDs rushing effort in Micron PC Bowl win over N.C. State - All-Big East first-team - The Sports Network All-America second-team - finalist for the Doak Walker Award, given annually to nation's top RB - played in 10 games as sophomore with six starts - led Miami in rushing with 184-1,098 (6.0 avg.), 13 TDs - broke previous school season-record of 12 TDs by Ferguson (1995) and RB-James Stewart (1994) - was 15-172, 2 TDs receiving -  became third back in UM history with 1,000+ seasonal rushing yards - eclipsed 100-yard mark in five games, the second-highest seasonal total in UM history - amassed team-high 1,383 all-purpose yards (138.3 ypg) - totaled 33-271, 3 TDs vs. Boston College - rushing total established new Big East and Miami records - AP All-Big East first-team - Football News All-Big East - The Sports Network Sophomore All-America team - Football News honorable mention All-America - slated to be redshirted as freshman, but was forced into action when injuries depleted the Hurricane running corps - saw action in seven games - established UM freshman rushing record with 71-446, 2 TDs - was 6-90 receiving - became first true freshman since 1987 to eclipse 100+ mark after totaling 105 yards against Temple.

 PERSONAL

Full name is Edgerrin Tyree James - born in Immokalee, Fla - attended Immokalee High School - named Parade All-American - also played linebacker and handled kickoff/field goal duties - guest speaker at area schools for DARE program - established Edgerrin James Foundation designed to promote charitable activities for underprivileged children and families to help improve their quality of life in their respective communities - hosted the first-ever Edgerrin James Charity Basketball Classic in Immokalee, Fla. in 2001, which included more than 20 NFL players - the proceeds went to Immokalee High School and the Edgerrin James Foundation - participates in various charitable events in Miami/Immokalee Florida area during off-season - donated $250,000 to University of Miami athletics department in 2000, the largest donation by a former athlete - single -
resides in Miami, Fla. 

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