Preston Pearson

United States

Football

B: January 17, 1945

Five Super Bowl Appearances

Pearson was drafted in the twelfth round of the 1967 draft by the Baltimore Colts after playing basketball, not football, at Illinois. He played three seasons with the Colts, appearing in Super Bowl III. He played for the Pittsburgh Steelers from 1970-'74 and the Dallas Cowboys from 1975-'80. He was the first player to play in five Super Bowls and the first to appear in the Super Bowl with three different teams. For his career Pearson totaled 3,609 yards rushing, 3,095 yards receiving and 2,801 yards on kickoff returns. Overall, he gained 9,545 total yards and scored 33 touchdowns.

SUPERSTARS RECORD
EVENT
PLACE POINTS MONEY
EVENT WINS
1976 Preliminary 4
8
15
$1,500
None

1976 Superteams Football Preliminary

2

 

$4,000

 

1982 Preliminary 2

3

33 1/2

$5,850

Weight Lifting, Obstacle Course

1982 Final

7

22

$6,600

Bowling

TOTALS

70 1/2
$17,950
3

PERSONAL BESTS
Tennis

2nd

1982 Final
Weight Lifting

260

1982 Final
Bowling - one game

172

1982 Final
Bowling - three frames

48

1982 Final
Rowing - 100 Yards

45.10

1976 Preliminary 4
100 Yard Dash

10.69

1976 Preliminary 4
Bike Race - Mile

2:46.20

1976 Preliminary 4
Obstacle Course

30.82

1976 Preliminary 4
Points Scored

33 1/2

1982 Preliminary 2



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