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Here is a look at the all-time rushing yardage leaders for every NFL franchise.
This list includes 13 Pro Football Hall of Famers with careers that span back to the 1950s. While some teams have obvious all-time rushing yardage leaders (Chicago Bears and Cleveland Browns, for starters), other teams have surprising players atop their rushing lists.
Arizona Cardinals: Ottis Anderson
Yards: 7,999 (46 TDs)
Others: Stump Mitchell (4,649 yards), Jim Otis (4,649), Johnny Roland (3,608), Charley Trippi (3,506)
Notes: Anderson, Mitchell, Otis and Roland all played for the St. Louis Cardinals. Trippi, meanwhile, played for the Chicago Cardinals. The leading rusher for the Cardinals since the franchise’s shift to the Phoenix area is David Johnson, who ranks No. 10 with 3,128 yards.
Atlanta Falcons: Gerald Riggs
Yards: 6,631 (48 TDs)
Others: Michael Turner (6,081 yards), William Andrews (5,986), Warrick Dunn (5,981), Jamal Anderson (5,336)
Baltimore Ravens: Jamal Lewis
Yards: 7,801 (45 TDs)
Others: Ray Rice (6,180 yards), Lamar Jackson (2,906), Willis McGahee (2,802), Gus Edwards (2,152)
Buffalo Bills: Thurman Thomas
Yards: 11,938 (65 TDs)
Others: O.J. Simpson (10,183 yards), Fred Jackson (5,646), Joe Cribbs (4,445), Travis Henry (3,849)
Carolina Panthers: Jonathan Stewart
Yards: 7,318 (51 TDs)
Others: DeAngelo Williams (6,846 yards),