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Eric Dickerson joined the Rams front office as vice president of business development in August of 2017, rejoining the organization that drafted him in 1983.
Dickerson played running back for the Rams from 1983 to 1987 and broke the NFL's single season record holder for most yards gained (2,105) in 1984. As a rookie season in 1983, he set NFL rookie records for most yards gained in a season (1,808) and attempts (390) and was named NFC and NFL rookie of the year.
He currently ranks ninth on the NFL's all-time rushing list with 13,259 yards. The SMU product rushed for more than 100 yards 64 times, which ranks fourth on the NFL's all-time record list. Dickerson went on to complete a legendary NFL career by reaching 10,000 career rushing yards in the shortest amount of games. His production was matched by his running style and unforgettable appearance on the field, where he wore sports goggles, a neck roll and the full complement of pads.
Dickerson was selected to the Pro Bowl six times and chosen to NFL's all-Decade team for the 1980's. In 1999, he was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Dickerson was the No. 1 ranked high school football player in the nation before committing to Southern Methodist University (SMU) and turned them into a national powerhouse.
In addition to his work with the Rams, he also has a strategic partnership with iHeart radio and serves as an NFL Analyst for FS1.