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  2. In 1997, Priest’s NFL career took him to the Baltimore Ravens where he earned a ring in Super Bowl XXXV. Priest experienced his breakout success after signing with the Kansas City Chiefs in 2001. In his first season with the Chiefs, he became the NFL’s leading rusher with 1,555 yards for the 2001 season. VIEW THE NUMBERS OFF THE FIELD

  3. The Life And Career Of Priest Holmes (Complete Story)

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    Priest Holmes was born in Fort Smith, Arkansas on Oct. 7, 1973, and he was raised in San Antonio, Texas. Life dealt him a significant dose of adversity very early on, as he never knew his biological father, who left when he was very little. In fact, Holmes saw him only once – at his funeral shortly after his death.

  4. Priest Holmes Stats, News, Bio | ESPN

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    Get the latest news, stats, videos, highlights and more about running back Priest Holmes on ESPN.

  5. As described in the Bill Althaus book Priest Holmes: From Sidelines to Center Stage, Holmes showed up to his interview with the Chiefs with a list of 15 things he was looking for in his next...

  6. Priest Holmes, a San Antonio, Texas native, attended John Marshall High School where he led his football team to the state championship game. After his senior year at Marshall High School, Priest went on to play for the University of Texas Longhorns in 1992, where he majored in Sports Management and received a Bachelor in Education (B.Ed).

  7. When Priest Holmes announced his retirement, he was the Chiefs’ all-time leader for career rushing touchdowns (76), total touchdowns (83), and career rushing yards (6,070). The whole team of Priest Holmes inducted him into the Chiefs Hall of Fame during the 2014 season on November 2 at halftime of a game against the New York Jets.

  8. The story behind Priest Holmes, Arian Foster, and the biggest ...

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    Priest Holmes is the biggest breakout in Fantasy history. Jed Jacobsohn / Getty Images Priest Holmes, 2001 and 2002 An undrafted five-year collegian out of Texas, Holmes ran for just 1,276...

  9. Football injuries part of Priest Holmes' life after ... - KSAT

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    Priest Holmes finds running with a football easier than finding his place in retirement. He’s one of the best football players to ever come out of a San Antonio-area high school, with a running ...

  10. Priest Holmes’ Promising Career Was Derailed Injury

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    Priest Holmes took a progressive step down after that incredible three-year run as he struggled to move past injuries. Holmes was limited to just eight games in the 2004 season but managed to tally 892 rushing yards and 14 touchdowns.

  11. State Your Case: Priest Holmes - Sports Illustrated Talk Of ...

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    State Your Case: Priest Holmes Both Terrell Davis and Priest Holmes were NFL starters for only four full seasons. Both had four 1,000-yard seasons. Davis rushed for more yards (6,413) than...