Hall of Famer’s like Thurman Thomas needs no introduction as their sheer presence echoes throughout a room. For this NFL Legend, an announcement was necessary as he recently launched his official website, ThurmanThomas.net. The leading rusher in Bills’ franchise history took to the Internet to bring fans an interactive site that allows them to relive his memorable moments during his 13-year career in the NFL, as well as read his latest thoughts on Twitter, @ThurmanThomas.
During this legendary gridiron career, he joined forces with fellow Hall of Famer Jim Kelly and wide receiver Andre Reed to led Buffalo to four consecutive AFC championships, then to four consecutive Super Bowl appearances. Each visit proved to be special, but in 1991 it was his coming out party as he rushed for 135 yards, came down with five receptions for 55 yards along with a touchdown. After an impressive season and playoff performance, Thomas was named the NFL’s Most Valuable Player in 1991. His accolades didn’t stop there as he was voted to the All-Pro team in 1990 and 1991 and was selected to 5 straight Pro Bowls. This gridiron great currently ranks 12th on the NFL all-time list for most rushing yards in a career.
All these incredible achievements landed him into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2007. Thomas took this time to thank all his family and friends who had helped him along the way. Bills fans can relive this incredible celebration on his newly launched website.
As fans venture through the site, they will also see the Hall of Famer has been motivating and inspiring entrepreneurs, former pro athletes, business professionals and students around the world with his speaking engagements and corporate appearances. If this sounds like what your event is missing, then you’re in luck as the site makes it easy for you to book Thurman Thomas.
This entertaining new site will having you “running back” to watch all the legendary footage of him breaking tackles and him dazzling the stage at speaking engagements around the world.
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