Floyd Little inducted in the Pro Football Hall of Fame

Running Back Floyd Little , elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Feb. 6, 2010, and inducted on Aug. 7, 2010, spent all nine of his professional seasons with the Broncos from 1967-75.

He ranked seventh on the NFL’s all-time rushing list (6,323 yards) and eighth on its all-time combined yards list (12,173 yards) at the time of his retirement. Selected by Denver with the sixth overall pick in the 1967 draft from Syracuse University, Little was the first No. 1 draft choice to sign with the Broncos and made five All-Star appearances (3 Pro Bowls, 2 AFL All-Star) with the team.

A 1984 Broncos Ring of Fame inductee, Little led the Broncos in rushing for a club-record seven consecutive seasons from 1967-73, including 1971 when he captured the NFL’s rushing crown with 1,133 yards. His eight years with at least 1,000 combined yards tied for second in league history at the time of his retirement and currently rank second in Broncos annals.