Marshall Faulk found a job in the NFL. It won’t be on the field as a running back, knee surgeries have put that on hold for now, but he will be in the booth as an analyst for the NFL Network.
Faulk underwent multiple knee surgeries during the off-season, and one of the knees is slow to recover. He is sitting out this year but hasn’t ruled out a return to the field in the future. Faulk insists he isn’t retiring.
During his career, which started in 1994, Faulk won a Super Bowl (1999) and a Most Valuable Player award (2000). So far, he is ninth on the all time rushing list with 12,279 yards, 34 yards behind the legendary Jim Brown.