Marshall to Enter Ring of Honor
Two-time consensus All-American and 1983 National Defensive Player of the Year Wilber Marshall will be inducted into the University of Florida Football's Ring of Honor.
Marshall, who played linebacker for the Gators from 1980-83, will be
honored prior to the Florida-Auburn game on Sept. 29. His name will be unveiled and displayed in the North Endzone of Ben Hill Griffin Stadium along with Emmitt Smith, Steve Spurrier, Danny Wuerffel and Jack Youngblood.
Marshall was a first-round draft pick by the Chicago Bears in 1984 and enjoyed a 12-year career in the NFL. He was a three-time All-Pro
selection (1986, '87 and '92) and also earned a pair of Super Bowl rings with Chicago and Washington.Â Â In the 1985 season, Marshall was part of a Bears' defensive unit which allowed the fewest yards, rushing yards and points per game in the NFL.Â Chicago notched two playoff shutouts and allowed only 10 points in three postseason games as they knocked off the New England Patriots in Super
Marshall won another championship ring with the Redskins in the 1991
season in Super Bowl XXVI.
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