1. In 2009, Earl Campbell became addicted to painkillers prescribed for his spinal stenosis, taking as many as ten OxyContin pills a day with Budweiser.
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2. Earl Campbell was honored at halftime against Ohio State on September 9, 2006, including the unveiling of a 9-foot bronze statue of Campbell in the southwest corner of Royal-Memorial Stadium.
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3. In 1999, Earl Campbell was ranked number 33 on The Sporting News' list of the 100 greatest football players, the highest-ranked player for the Houston Oilers franchise.
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4. Earl Campbell was inducted as one of six charter members into the Titans Hall of Fame in 1999, although he declined an invitation to the induction ceremony, stating, "I was a Houston Oiler, not a Tennessee Titan.
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8. Earl Campbell is widely acknowledged as one of the best power running backs in NFL history, and was highly regarded by his peers.
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10. Earl Campbell was invited to his fourth Pro Bowl, but failed to make an All-Pro roster.
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11. Earl Campbell threw a 57-yard touchdown pass to receiver Billy "White Shoes" Johnson against the Steelers for his only career completion out of three attempts.
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15. Earl Campbell set NFL records with eleven 100-yard rushing games, seven consecutive 100-yard games, and 368 carries.
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21. Earl Campbell was inducted into both the College Football Hall of Fame and Pro Football Hall of Fame (1991).
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23. Earl Campbell won the AP NFL Most Valuable Player Award in 1979 after leading the league in rushing yards and touchdowns.
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24. Earl Campbell was named the NFL's Offensive Player of the Year in each of his first three seasons, during which he averaged nearly 1,700 rushing yards per season.
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25. Earl Campbell was drafted first overall by the Oilers in 1978 and had an immediate impact in the league, earning NFL Rookie of the Year honors.
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