Earlier today RB Curtis Martin, the Jets' all-time leading rusher, was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Martin became the third player who played most and best years of his career for the New York Jets to be inducted into the Hall of Fame, QB Joe Namath and WR Don Maynard being the other two. Martin ran for 14,101 yards over the course of his 11-year career, placing him fourth on the NFL all-time list. He's also one of the only two running backs to start his NFL career with 10 straight 1000-yard seasons.
RB Curtis Martin, who played 8 seasons for the New York Jets, was selected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame earlier today. In 11 NFL seasons (he also played 3 seasons for the New England Patriots) Martin gained 14,101 rushing yards on 3,518 carries, scoring 90 rushing touchdowns. He also caught 484 passes for 3,329 yards, 10 touchdowns. Martin's 14,101 rushing yards the fourth highest total of rushing yards in NFL history.