Cincinnati Bengals, founded by Paul Brown in the year 1967 is an American football club.  As a member of the American Football  Conference North division,h the Bengals participate in the National Football League.

Downtown Cincinnati is where the club’s home stadium is located. Though the team has had many great rushers, Corey Dillon is said to have the top spot.

Corey Dillon

Born in the United States, Washington Seattle on the 24 of October 1974 is Corey Dillon a former student of Franklin  High school.

As a freshman in Garden City Community college,  he rushed 1165 yards and 16 touchdowns in 1994, in St. George, Utah, Dixie land state University, he rushed  1899 yards and 20 touchdowns in 279 attempt

At the University of Washington in 1996, Dillon set the all-time single-season record for rushing with 1,695yard and 24 touchdowns.
In 1997, Dillon joined the Cincinnati  Bengals in the second round of the National Football League  Draft. Dillon  rushed 39 times for 246 yards  and 4 touchdowns in a 41-14 win over Tennessee Oilers in his first season

He rushed for over 1,000 yards each from 1997 to 2002. Due to an injury in 2003, Dillon  rushed only for 541 yards
Dillon was traded to the New England Patriots in the Year 2004 for a second-round pick.

Rushing with 8,061 yards, Corey Dillon is the leading rusher of the Cincinnati Bengals


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