Pittsburgh was a great team. Coach Noll, Joe Greene, Jack Lambert, L.C. Greenwood and all those guys did a great job. That's the team that kept us from winning two Super Bowls. It was a great rivalry.
I miss the guys. I don't get to see them often. We do get together in Houston now and then.
After watching films of Jim Brown, I noticed that he never ran out of bounds. He always ran North and South and that's what I turned my style into. I was a North and South runner.
Coming up as a kid, I played middle linebacker and I was very bow-legged, and I wanted to be like the legendary Dick Butkus.
I try to get them to remember that they're not just athletes, but student-athletes.
I talk to student-athletes. I try to get them to remember that they're not just athletes, but student-athletes. You need to get an education, keep your hands clean and try to represent the university.
Our company sells about five to six million pounds of sausage a year. We sell it retail and to restaurants. We've got all kinds of products.
First of all, I'm so glad that the city of Houston has a football team again. They have such great fans. I'm really happy for the people of Houston because they deserve a football team.
My running style was kind of just head-on, because I couldn't dance.
Somebody will always break your records. It is how you live that counts.
Everything in life has a price on it - there ain't a damn thing free in America, and football has got a price on it.
It really started cooking when I moved to Houston. I bought a house and got my own barbeque pit.
I think one game we played the Oakland Raiders and Jack Tatum and I had an accident on the one-yard line. The only thing that Jack Tatum didn't do was wrap me up so I backed into the endzone backwards.
I did some good things as a rookie.
I have a company called Earl Campbell Foods. I got into the meat business in 1991.
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