Corey Dillon is a Super Bowl Champion, one of the National Football League Greats and a superstar KUDO Legend. As a decorated NFL running back, Corey is hard to beat. He started his football career  playing college football at Washington. In 1997, the Cincinnati Bengals drafted him in the second round of the NFL Draft. Corey emerged as a standout player in Cincinnati by setting several franchise records and receiving three Pro Bowl selections. After seven years with the Bengals, Corey played his last three seasons with the New England Patriots winning a Super Bowl Championship in 2005. He entertained thoughts of a comeback after Patriots running back Sammy Morris came down with a season-ending injury.

However, he decided to remain retired. When Corey retired he had over 11,000 rushing yards and is currently ranked 20th in the NFL for rushing yards. Today, Corey enjoys spending time on a different type of green– the golf course. When he’s not spending time with family you can find him chowing down on his favorite Garlic Parmesan Protein Popcorn or aiming to break 80 on the golf course.