On Thursday, the NFL Throwback Twitter account shared footage from New England Patriots running back Kevin Faulk’s career.
A second round draft pick out of LSU in 1999, the once dubbed “swiss army knife” by Robert Kraft because of his versatility, played 13 seasons for the Patriots and helped the team win its first three Super Bowl championships.
In 161 career regular season games, Faulk complied 3,607 rushing yards with 16 touchdowns and caught 431 receptions for 3,701 yards and 15 touchdowns.
When Faulk retired in 2012, he left the game as the Patriots franchise leader in all-purpose yards with 12,349.
In 2016, Faulk was inducted into the Patriots Hall of Fame.
Take a look back at some of his career highlights in the tweet below.
Standing at 5’8”, Kevin Faulk’s versatility is what made him a fan favorite in New England.
— NFL Legacy (@NFLLegacy) July 23, 2020
Since retiring, Faulk has returned to football as a coach for his alma mater of LSU.
In January, Faulk won a National Championship as Director of Player Development and was recently promoted to running backs coach.
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