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(This Figure is approximately 6" tall with Football & Base Accessories)
"Bo knows" plenty, and the first-ever All-Star in both the NFL and MLB was a singular force in the late 1980s and early 1990s. He fit right in with the top stars on the diamond, but it was on the gridiron where he brought an unparalleled combination of daunting power and breathtaking speed. Bo joined the Los Angeles Raiders in 1987, and arrived in a big way by posting a 221-yard rushing performance in a thrashing of the Seattle Seahawks on Monday Night Football. Bo outran both teams and the camera's focus on a 91-yard touchdown comet, and crushed mouthy linebacker Brian Bosworth on another touchdown run. A hip injury in the 1990 NFL Playoffs was the sudden end to Bo's NFL career. He only played four baseball-abbreviated seasons in the NFL, but he carved out a legacy long remembered by NFL fans everywhere.