Floyd Little meets and greets fans
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NEW YORK STATE FAIR -- Football legend Floyd Little was in the house to meet and greet long-time fans.
Little was an All-American player at Syracuse University. In 1967, he was drafted by the Denver Broncos. He went on to score 43 touchdowns during his nine year career. His legendary number 44 is retired by both SU and the Denver Broncos.
Little says he has come full circle in life and looks forward to now helping young players make their own life decisions.
"I think of my days in Syracuse and I'm influenced by the John Mackeys, Jim Browns, and Ernie Davis’ of the world and to now be back and no longer be a game-changer, but hopefully to be a life-changer," Little said.