Mike Pringle (gridiron Football)

Mike Pringle (gridiron Football)

Mike Pringle (born October 1, 1967 in Los Angeles, California) is an American former professional gridiron football player. A running back, he had a highly successful career in the Canadian Football League (CFL), during which he set or tied almost every significant league records for the position. He played college football for the California State University, Fullerton Titans and was twice signed by National Football League (NFL) teams, though he never played a game in the American league.

Along with George Reed and Johnny Bright, Pringle is one of the players most often mentioned as being the greatest running back in CFL history. In November 2006, Pringle was voted one of the CFL's Top 50 players (#4) of the league's modern era by Canadian sports network TSN. In April 2008, Pringle was inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility.

Read more about Mike Pringle (gridiron Football):  Early Life, College and NFL, Early Canadian Football League Career, Montreal Alouettes, Final Seasons

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... Pringle's2003 season with the Eskimos was a return to form for the aging running back ... Although he was not the man of 1998,Pringle was still a capable starter for a team on the rise,and with Ricky Ray at quarterback he did not have to be the main part of the team'soffense ... Pringle ran for 1,377 yards,his best total since 2000,and helped the Eskimos reach,and win,the 91st Grey Cup ...

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