“On October 7, 1984, Chicago Bears running back Walter Payton becomes the NFL’s all-time rushing leader, breaking the record Cleveland’s Jim Brown set in 1965. In front of 53,752 people at Soldier Field, Payton carried the ball 154 yards and finished the game with a new career rushing record–12,400 yards, 88 more than Brown.”`- History.com
“Running alone is the toughest. You get to the point where you have to keep pushing yourself.” -Walter Payton
Legacy Spine and Neurological Specialist celebrates the record setting accomplishment of Walter Payton. We too believe in pushing ourselves to excel in Spine and Neurological care for our patients.
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