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Daryl Johnston talks about Emmitt Smith.

Posted on February 5 2010   by Paul Gleiser

Prior to Daryl Johnston, the NFL did not have a fullback position in the Pro Bowl. That changed following his 1993 season for the Cowboys. Behind the blocking of Johnston, Emmitt Smith went on to hold the record for the most rushing yards by a player in NFL history. Daryl talks with Bill Coates about the changes in the game and Emmitt Smith’s likely induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

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