Rufus Crawford

Rufus Crawford
Rufus is a former professional football player, who played for the Seattle Seahawks of the National Football league. He also played seven years for the Hamilton Tigercats of the Canadian Football League where he broke a record that had stood for 28 years. Rufus set a new all time CFL total yardage record of 2,896 for the 1984 Season. He was honored as the 1980's Hamilton Tigercat player of the decade and the plaque that bears that honor in his name now resides in Hamilton Ontario out side the Tigercats stadium. Rufus was also voted as one the 75 greatest Tigercats player of all times. Upon retirement from the professional football in 1986, he began to pursue another passion of his, acting. After taking a year of acting lessons he decided to take his acting more seriously In 2008 Rufus was inducted into Virginia State University Sports Hall of Fame, the university in which he attended. On May 19th 2014 in his home town of Gastonia North Carolina, he was inducted into The Gastonia County Sports Hall of Fame. - IMDb Mini Biography By: Rufus Crawford
Name Rufus Crawford
Also Known As Rufus C.
Birthday 1955-05-21
Gender Male
IMDB Rufus Crawford profile on IMDB
Place of Birth Gastonia - North Carolina - USA
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